Yes the judge ruled the law constitutional so it stands. Period.
But In the process he gutted it of any enforcement.
For one The judge ruled that permits were indeed constitutional but that the county can’t simply revoke or suspend them without due process. Also the county can not impose fees for these permits.
He also ruled that warrantless searches are OUT. Meaning that if the county wants to conduct an inspection they have to get a warrant which also means show some sort of cause.
Now it comes down to will the county try to enforce the condom law given these restrictions….somehow I dont think they have the resources
So despite the claims of a win for AHF, it wasn’t much of a victory unless the law can get rewritten to make enforcement more practical.
In the short term I’d say that Vivid won this round….