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What safeguards must a city licensing law have with respect to adult bookstores and related businesses?
 
What are the adverse secondary effects that are used to justify restrictions on adult businesses?
 
What is the legal definition of obscenity?
 
Can a city completely prohibit adult-entertainment businesses from operating?
 
Can a book, videotape or other expressive material be considered obscene on the basis of one particular passage or scene?
 
Under all three parts of the Miller test, does a jury consider “community standards”?
 
Is the Miller test used to determine if something is child pornography?
 
Can a city prohibit totally nude dancing?
 
Can a city impose a buffer zone between adult entertainers and patrons?
 
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