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Published on Aug 1, 2012
The debate continues over whether Asheville should allow another "Go Topless" rally this summer. Local conservative leaders, Carl Mumpower and Chad Nesbitt, recently sent a draft resolution to city council trying to stop the event. They say children should not be exposed to women bearing their breasts, legal or not. A spokesperson for the "Go Topless" rally responded by saying the event has nothing to do with sexuality, but protecting the rights of women. Organizers say they'll fight to keep the event in downtown Asheville this year. It's scheduled for August 26th.