A new Ohio law will put a crimp in at least one Ohio University student's plans to pay for college, the Post writes. The state Senate passed a law that says exotic dancers must be at least six feet away from patrons at all times, a restriction that would prevent performers from doing private dances and having drinks with patronstimes when they make the majority of their money, says one dancer mentioned in the story. Customers pay up to $300 to share a drink with a dancer, who keeps a percentage of the profit. The legislation, which takes effect in August, is "an attempt to put a 'scarlet letter' on girls in the business," adds the dancer. A.G.