The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit reversed a district court’s preliminary injunction that enjoined the U.S. Small Business Administration from denying a second round of Paycheck Program Program loans to 23 adult entertainment businesses.

The group of plaintiffs includes businesses from across the country that offer live adult entertainment in the form of nude, or nearly nude, dancing. They claimed that they were owed a second round of Paycheck Protection Program loans, which were earmarked for certain small businesses to help keep employees on the payroll during the pandemic-driven economic downturn.

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