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|Tuesday, May 25, 2010|
Store owners have agreed to stop selling high alcohol content cheap liquor that is favored by alcoholic transients.
The merchants hope the ban will reduce public drunkenness and related crimes, and lead to improvement in the communities.
Read more at the Register Guard.
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