Thank goodness the Kansas City Council has decided to act on the seminal issue of our time: the dress code at the Power & Light District (2/21, Local, “Council reviews Power & Light clothing code; Proposal would prevent developers that get city subsidies from imposing many tough restrictions”). I applaud their efforts to reduce standards.
The very idea of holding high standards and expecting the public to comply discriminates against those who want to wear jeans halfway down their backsides. Think about the white T-shirt industry and all the business they’ll lose if patrons are forced to wear a shirt of a different color. Catastrophe.
Thanks again, City Council, for attacking this important issue. What’s next? Solving the city’s public school problem?