7250 Corp. v. Board of County Commissioners

7250 Corp. v. Board of County Commissioners, 799 P.2d 917 (Colo. 1990) involved an ordinance restricting live nude entertainment to certain hours of the day. There, the court applied United States v. O'Brien, to determine the ordinance's constitutionality. After finding the restrictions were no "greater than are essential" to further "the governmental objective of preserving the character and quality of residential neighborhoods," 7250 Corp., 799 P.2d at 926, the court held that the ordinance did not "unconstitutionally abridge the First Amendment . . . or Article II, section 10 of the Colorado Constitution." 799 P.2d at 928.