A state law banning sexually oriented businesses within 1,000 feet of residential areas, schools, churches and playgrounds can be applied even where the effect is to oust the establishment from a municipality, the state Supreme Court ruled on Thursday.

However, the burden to find another location for the adult- oriented business rests with the municipality, and the town alternatively can show that the market area is already served.

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