AG and solicitor general ask Supreme Court to deny free-the-nipple petition
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New Hampshire’s attorney general and solicitor general argued the U.S. Supreme Court should not hear a case about a Laconia ordinance that forbids women going topless in public, in a brief filed last week.
The case started when, in 2016, three women were arrested for sunbathing topless at Weirs Beach, in violation of a Laconia ordinance. They argued that the ordinance punishing women for exposing their breasts was wrong, because men are not punished for the same conduct.