Jersey City votes to approve new obscenity laws

Six months after the city banned local burlesque performer Lillian Bustle’s show in the city, the city council voted to approve updates to the city’s obscenity laws that haven’t changed since the 1980s and allows artists such as Bustle to continue with her performances. The report originally aired on Hudson County View, an online publication reporting all news in Hudson County, New Jersey.

Burlesque performers say show must go on!

Lillian Bustle is a burlesque producer and performer in Jersey City who spoke recently before the Jersey City Council in response to the city’s closing of an upcoming burlesque show in the downtown, citing current obscenity laws. While on assignment for Hudson County View, I produced the following video news segment.