Tattoo ordinance changes set aside

Plenty of people were ready to talk about the proposed changes to Jefferson City’s tattoo and piercing studio ordinance at the City Council meeting Monday night. But the council members were not part of the group.

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Councilman and sponsor Eric Struemph delayed consideration of the bill which determines zones for the studios by placing it on the informal calendar after City Attorney Nathan Nickolaus reported that the city must show a rational basis between the ordinance and the perceived harm it attempts to correct.


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