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Nevada lawmakers have it out for strippers. According to a lawsuit in Federal Court, a city order in Reno requires that female dancers register with the government to obtain “work cards” before they can legally perform.

To secure one, dancers must be fingerprinted, disclose work history, pay a hefty fee and agree to an FBI background check. Their full names are then added to a public database with other personal information. Given the line of work, a leak or hacking of this information can be dangerous.