San Francisco city supervisors move one step closer to public nudity ban.
San Francisco supervisors approved a much-publicized nudity ban Tuesday.
The vote was close, but 6 to 5 was enough for the ban to pass. It will need a second reading and another approval majority vote before it becomes final.
The issue was sparked by a group of dedicated nudists in the city's Castro District, where shopkeepers, parents, and proponents of decency say they had had enough.