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Colorado city and ends up topless ban after spending $300 G to defend them in court

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Fort Collins, Colorado, Usa. formally, it is disposed of in a public ordinance that banned women from going topless in public was a victory for the ‘Free the Nipple’ movement.

The city has decided, after a sojourn of more than $300,000, in the defense of the ordinance in court against two women who are accused of discrimination, and that it is not worth the costs, NBC News reported.

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“The money was better spent on other priorities,” Fort Collins is the spokesman of the government, he said.

The 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in February that the law on discrimination against women, and how to write it, reinforced the negative stereotypes and the image of the breast, but it is not the men’s breasts as sex objects.”

The court rejected the notion that the removal of the ban would lead to the women “parade around in front of a primary school or a topless swim in the public swimming pool,” according to NBC.

The 10th Circuit, have recognized that they are in the minority, as in most of the states have refused to make such legal challenges.

The Colorado ruling allows female toplessness is legal in six states, including Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah, and Wyoming.

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Later that year, the U.S. Supreme court will decide whether or not to hear a challenge to a topless ban in New Hampshire, NBC reported.

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