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Sobering truth behind teen booze sting

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There’s a good deal of money to be made selling beer in New York, which is why so many sellers of the stuff — particularly small convenience store operators and restaurateurs — seem willing to sell to someone who is underage. Obviously the stakes are high — as last week’s sting in Montgomery County indicate: Clerks who sell to minors can be led away in handcuffs, charged with unlawful dealing with a child, while the ...

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