Today’s adult entertainment decisions

A pair of decisions to start the week.

“The town of Clarksville’s legal case against Theatair X was dismissed Monday as a judge ruled the town’s ordinance is not valid and therefore cannot be enforced,” reports the NewsAndTribune.com (which, oddly enough, is a “.net” Web site)  here. The Clarksville Town Court held that the ordinance regulating sexually oriented businesses had a defect — and that defect was not severable. You can read the decision.

The Second Circuit Court of Appeals, in a 2-1 decision, threw out a district court’s preliminary injunction order, which had held the term “adult oriented store” unconstitutionally vague as applied to the plaintiff. You’ll find a link to the appellate decision at Howard Bashman’s always-informative blawg, How Appealing, here. I’m not sure that Peyton Manning himself could have saved this store’s injunction from jaws of the court of appeals. Maybe Brett Favre could have.

Maybe.

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