San Francisco police lead Gypsy Taub, right, and Jaymz Smith, left, to a van after their nude wedding outside City Hall in December, 2013. In Sacramento, a proposed amended ordinance would make it illegal to be nude on city streets, sidewalks or on private property visible from a public right-of-way.
San Francisco police lead Gypsy Taub, right, and Jaymz Smith, left, to a van after their nude wedding outside City Hall in December, 2013. In Sacramento, a proposed amended ordinance would make it illegal to be nude on city streets, sidewalks or on private property visible from a public right-of-way. Eric Risberg Associated Press file
San Francisco police lead Gypsy Taub, right, and Jaymz Smith, left, to a van after their nude wedding outside City Hall in December, 2013. In Sacramento, a proposed amended ordinance would make it illegal to be nude on city streets, sidewalks or on private property visible from a public right-of-way. Eric Risberg Associated Press file
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City considers closing loophole in public nudity law

May 08, 2015 08:35 AM