Idaho State Police will no longer enforce a liquor law that regulates live performances in venues that serve alcohol. That’s according to the ACLU of Idaho, after it sued the state agency this month on behalf of a group of artists and a Treasure Valley venue owner. The law focuses on performances of a sexual nature, but plaintiffs argued it amounts to censorship and is unconstitutional. Sam Stimpert was one of the plaintiffs in the suit. He owns the Visual Arts Collective in Garden City, and...
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