BREAKING NEWS – Baton Rouge, Louisiana – The new law in Louisiana that will prohibit welfare recipients from spending the federal assistance at lingerie shops, tattoo parlors, nail salons and jewelry stores, is now being challenged. The ACLU is now suing the state, and alleging that the new law denies welfare recipients their constitutional right to indulge in any of the latest fads and fashion statements. Another argument in the court documents, is that by not allowing people on federal assistance to use some of the money for nail salons and lingerie shops that still like to get as freaky as they do on, it would be discriminating against women, and also meticulously dressed men with high pitched voices.

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