Tuesday, August 10, 2004

Judge Williams of E.D. Va. lays bare the defects of nudists' claims against Virginia statute

The Norfolk paper reports here ("Federal judge throws out lawsuit challenging teen nudist law," 8/10/04) that Judge Richard Williams of the E.D. Va. has dismissed the legal challenge to the new Virginia law barring summer camps for teen nudists unaccompanied by their parents or guardians, ruling that there is no live dispute since the camp was moved to another state this summer.

This other state, wherever it is, apparently has failed to address, with the same diligence as the Virginia General Assembly, the social problems associated with this kind of recreation.

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