USA: Convenience stores agree to crack down on drunkenness, drug use
Fourteen grocers and convenience stores in Washington city have signed a voluntary agreement to stop selling individual disposable cups, single cigarettes and extra-small plastic bags, in a bid to curb drunkenness and drug use in the local area. Stores that offer beer and wine will now stop selling go-cups in packages of fewer than 12, individual cigarettes or cigarette rolling papers, small bags of ice, or plastic bags smaller than sandwich bags.
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