Sexually explicit businesses, including strip clubs, book stores and
video stores, now face strict licensing requirements, thanks to a vote
by the Troy City Council. Troy is a suburb of Detroit.

According to the city’s Web site, owners of these businesses must
pass a criminal background check, provide a list of their employees,
refrain from serving alcohol and install tip boxes.

The restrictions are meant as a deterrent, since Troy does not have any sexually oriented adult establishments.

Daniel Weiss, senior analyst for media and sexuality at Focus on the
Family Action, said Troy is right in taking pre-emptive action.

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