Attorneys for Pittsburgh Police Bureau and a downtown strip club will argue in federal court over a recently-imposed ban by the new chief on officers providing off-duty security at the business.

Chief Regina McDonald instituted a March 13 ban on police providing off-duty security at Blush. The club's attorney, Jonathan Kamin, said the ban violates the Constitution's equal protection guarantee.

"You can't selectively apply the law, and that's what (McDonald's) doing," Kamin told the Tribune-Review.

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