Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Should performance artists be allowed to smoke?

Suppose a film company wanted to produce a biopic about the life of Franklin Roosevelt. The actor playing FDR would have to smoke in order to accurately portray his character. Could this movie be legally filmed in Fort Wayne? As soon as paid camera operators start filming paid actors, that location becomes a workplace and subject to the ordinance.

Minnesota has created an exemption for performance artists. Should Fort Wayne do the same?

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