By Lauraann Wood (Nov 1, 2021, 8:20 p.m. EDT) – The US Small Business Administration urged the Seventh Circuit in oral argument on Monday to overturn an order allowing 49 strip clubs to participate in the program’s second round of loaning. protection of agency pay checks. distribution, arguing that their ineligibility is constitutional.
A Wisconsin district court was wrong when it found that clubs’ ineligibility for additional P3 funding violated the First Amendment free speech clause, the SBA told a three-judge panel. Just as the appeals court acknowledged when it suspended the preliminary injunction from the lower court, Congress did not restrict or regulate club speech, but “simply decided not to subsidize it on taxpayers …
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