An Indiana town has lifted a mass-gathering ban meant to deter “hippies.”
Officials in LaGrange last month abolished the ordinance installed back in 1971 that regulates gatherings of more than 500 people that last over 12 hours.
The law was originally installed to prevent another Woodstock from happening there.
“I called it our anti-hippie ordinance,” County Commissioner Dennis Kratz said.
Officials decided in December to remove the law as part of an annual sweep of the books to eliminate archaic regulations.
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