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Strippers in Washington have no problem exposing their bodies, but they've gotten touchy about covering up their names and addresses.
It's in response to Pierce County's David Van Vleet who filed court papers to get the personal information that's on their state entertainer licenses. Van Vleet says he's going to pray for the salvation of the exotic dancers, but that his supplications won't work without knowing the full names and home addresses of the showgirls.
Gov. Cuomo and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced the new measures at a joint press conference Friday. A health care worker who flew into Newark’s Liberty Airport Friday has already been quarantined under the new rules, according to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. The stricter regulations come a day after a Manhattan-based doctor who treated Ebola patients in Guinea was diagnosed with the potentially fatal disease.
Former White House counsel Kathryn Ruemmler has told the White House to take her off the list of potential nominees for attorney general, eliminating a leading, but likely politically divisive, contender for the post.