Supreme Court Won't Hear Case On Topless Sunbathing Ban

(Washington, DC) -- The Supreme Court is refusing to hear a challenge to a law that bans women from topless sunbathing in public. 

Three women challenged a New Hampshire law that prohibits nipple exposure by saying it violates the 14th Amendment's equal protection clause because it applies to women and not men. 

New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald says the women are seeking a decision that would require "every beach in the nation to allow topless sunbathing." 

The three women are active in the "Free the Nipple" movement and were convicted in 2016. 

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