The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld an Erie, Pa., anti-nudity ordinance that was used to force the dancers at the local Kandyland Lounge to wear pasties and G-strings.

First Amendment advocates voiced alarm that the 6-3 decision could open the door to government clampdowns on unpopular forms of expression because of the “secondary effects” they might have on crime or property values nearby.

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