When Does The First Amendment Prevent The Release Of Public Records? When It Involves Strippers

I don’t see what the big deal is. “Candi Stryper” and “Kitten Sweet” are their real names, right? RIGHT?

Consumerist

dreamgirlsWhen two rights conflict, which one is given priority? This was the question recently put before a federal court in Washington state, where a group of strippers were trying to prevent their real names and other personal information from being shared publicly even though state law seems to require that their identities be released upon request.

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