Commingling is a familiar legal concept. It often crops up in the context of fiduciary obligations, e.g., where one mixes company funds with personal funds. (BTW, that’s not recommended.) But you’ll be hearing more about it in the context of nude dancing. The Community Press reports here that “[a] judge has ruled in Kenton County’s favor on a federal lawsuit filed two years ago alleging that the county’s sexually oriented business ordinance is unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge David Bunning ruled on Sept. 30 that the county may regulate ‘co-mingling’ between dancers and patrons at strip clubs….” Boys, stay away from the girls. And vice-versa.
Should Sheriffs Chaparone?
October 8, 2006 By Leave a Comment