Plans to open a strip club in Southeast Lubbock County have now resulted in a lawsuit against Lubbock County.
In the lawsuit, Lawrence and Bobby Cannon claim their 1st and 14th Constitutional Amendment rights were violated when the county denied them a license. The county denied the Cannon's application twice because an RV was located within 1,500 feet of the proposed club site. The county claims the RV is a residence while the Cannon's say it is a vehicle.
The Cannon's filed the lawsuit in Lubbock Federal Court on Tuesday, they hope to be in court within the next month.
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