- Associated Press - Friday, November 6, 2015

LAS VEGAS (AP) - A city in the Las Vegas metro has updated its laws dealing with video rentals, which date from a different technological era.

The Las Vegas Sun reports (https://bit.ly/1Hx8YZ7 ) that the Henderson city council updated the 30-year-old laws this week as part of the attorney’s office’s yearlong effort to clean up city code.

The code now accounts for video rental kiosks, rather than just brick-and-mortar stores. It also specifies that DVDs are considered the same way as videotapes and clarifies regulations on adult video rentals.

There is only one brick-and-mortar video rental store in Henderson.

The code also specifies that no more than 10 percent of a store’s business can come from adult films. Neither Redbox nor the rental store offer adult films.

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Information from: Las Vegas Sun, https://www.lasvegassun.com

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