NH topless ban rejected

Banning toplessness rejected by NH House panel

CONCORD — State representatives have recommended killing a bill designed to give towns the power to ban toplessness as lawmakers believed the bill infringed on the right to freedom of speech.

SB 347, filed by state Sen. Nancy Stiles, R-Hampton, would have given towns the authority to regulate the times and places of bathing, sunbathing and swimming in municipal parks, beaches, pools and other municipal properties and the clothing to be worn by the users, all through local ordinances. That power is currently held by cities in New Hampshire.

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