POLL: Adult entertainment
San Juan County Commissioners next month will vote on an ordinance that would require background checks, building setback distances and licenses for adult entertainment businesses. Should the county approve the ordinance?
 Yes, the ordinance benefits both the businesses and the county.
 No, the ordinance unfairly targets the businesses.
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