The Kentucky Senate passed a bill to put restrictions on nude dancing operations that would keep the dancers a specified distance away from patrons.
The measure would require that the dancers be at least six feet away from patrons, and that the dancers perform on an elevated platform.
The provisions were attached by a Senate committee to a House-passed bill that dealt with the state’s theft by deception law. The revised bill passed the full Senate later in the day.
The bill now returns to the House, which will consider the changes made by the Senate.