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Going is effectively legalized in SIX states after Colorado city which spent $300,000 fighting to keep its law drops the ban Fort Collins, Colorado, decided not to appeal after spending more than $300K  City worried women would 'parade in front of schools' if allowed to be   In February the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals upheld federal judge's conclusion Said the law amounted to 'unconstitutional discrimination' due to stereotypes Decision effects Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma

By Bryony Jewell For Mailonline

Published: 10:17 BST, 20 September 2019 | Updated: 10:17 BST, 20 September 2019

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Going has been effectively legalized in six states after a town decided it was not worth anymore money to fight an appeal.

Fort Collins in Colorado had already spent $300,000 defending the law and trying to stop women from taking their tops off in public.

They had been appealing a decision, which was upheld by the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals in February, that the law amounted to unconstitutional discrimination.

As the Appeals court covers Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma, women in these states can now effectively bare all without breaking the law, reports NBC News.

The decision is a win for the Free The Nipple campaign which wants wants equality for women. 

Fort Collins in Colorado has decided to stop fighting an appeal to ban women being able to go topless. The decision effectively means women in Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma can bare all without breaking the law (file picture)

Fort Collins in Colorado has decided to stop fighting an appeal to ban women being able to go . The decision effectively means women in Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Kansas,

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