IL passes measure for portion of strip club profit to benefit sexual assault victims | News
ILLINOIS (WFIE)- A tax on Illinois strip clubs may start bringing in new funding to help rape and sexual assault victims, under a measure passed by the Illinois legislature.
The measure would place an annual surcharge on strip clubs that have live nude dancing and permit alcohol. Businesses could pay $3 for every person who enters or pay a graduated amount based on their sales.
The measure passed the house on a 92-23 vote Thursday.
It now goes to the Governor's desk for approval.
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