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September 12, 2006

Unadilla -- Upset people in the Dooly County town of Unadilla want to get rid of a new adult entertainment store.

Tonight a couple of dozen people urged city councilors to do more to put the Lion's Den out of business.

City leaders say there may not be much they can do about that store now, but they did vote tonight to work with the American Family Association on a new adult entertainment ordinance.

The AFA would help write it and pay to fight any court challenges.

The Lion's Den sells pornagraphy and adult novelties, a judge recently ruled in the owner's favor and said the city could not shut it down.

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