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Two businesses fail annual tobacco compliance check

11:07 AM, Mar. 18, 2014
Weiler Convenience Stores cashier Isaac Cline stocks chewing tobacco Monday at the store in Marshfield.
Weiler Convenience Stores cashier Isaac Cline stocks chewing tobacco Monday at the store in Marshfield.
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Results of the tobacco compliance checks completed March 11 show two businesses failed when 17-year-old girls were able to purchase cigarettes.

The clerks who sold the tobacco products each were cited and fined $187, said Lt. Darren Larson of the Marshfield Police Department.

Previously, Marshfield businesses had a perfect record of compliance with the state law prohibiting the sale of any tobacco product to a person younger than 18. ...

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