Requiring a Long Island, N.Y., topless bar to relocate does not strip First Amendment protections from the club, a federal judge has ruled in refusing to issue an injunction declaring a town’s adult-use ordinance unconstitutional.

Eastern District of New York Judge Sandra J. Feuerstein issued her decision in TJS of New York Inc. v. Town of Smithtown, 03-cv-4407, after presiding over a bench trial in February.

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