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SAN DIEGO -- While California's new stay-at-home order has shut down restaurant dining, shuttered salons and kept church services outside, two strip clubs in San Diego are still welcoming patrons nightly, protected by a court order.
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Stream or tune in Friday, April 30, at 9 p. Jason Saccuzzo, the lawyer for Pacers Showgirls International, said Monday that a court order issued last month makes it clear the business is protected from restrictions issued by San Diego County and state officials.
Becerra wrote that he was acting on behalf of Gov. The preliminary injunction expires Wednesday when a hearing is scheduled to discuss whether to extend it. San Diego news; when you want it, where you want it.
Steve Hoffman, the attorney representing Cheetahs, said the club was closed Monday and will remain shuttered through Tuesday for reasons unrelated to the cease-and-desist letter from the state-issued last Friday. Become a KPBS sponsor today!
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Get local stories on politics, education, health, environment, the border and more. The clubs sued the county in October after county officials ordered them to close. Get the day's top news — ranging from local to international — straight to your inbox each weekday morning.
The state order issued Dec. Wohlfeil sided with the clubs when he granted the injunction on Nov. County officials have said they cannot take action against the clubs while the injunction is in place even though there is a new stay-at-home order, but they will appeal if it is not lifted. Need help keeping up with the news that matters most?
The clubs have said they operate safely by keeping dancers six feet or more apart and require everyone, including performers, to wear masks. Both lawyers said they are awaiting a decision from the judge on Wednesday.
He declined to say why the club was closed and said he did not know if Cheetahs was open over the weekend.