Sweden moves to get rid of permits needed for dancing

People sit in a bar in Stockholm, Sweden, on March 25, 2020. Sweden wants to cut red tape when it comes to dancing. The Swedish center-right coalition government wants to abolish a decade-old permit requirement, meaning the days of the so-called dance license is doomed. The proposal means that restaurants and nightclubs, among other places, no longer require approval from authorities to organize a dance performance. (David Keyton/AP, File)

People sit in a bar in Stockholm, Sweden, on March 25, 2020. Sweden wants to cut red tape when it comes to dancing. The Swedish center-right coalition government wants to abolish a decade-old permit requirement, meaning the days of the so-called dance license is doomed. The proposal means that restaurants and nightclubs, among other places, no longer require approval from authorities to organize a dance performance. (David Keyton/AP, File)

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