NEW YORK -- D'Agostino Supermarkets, Larchmont, N.Y., has begun to conceal the covers of Cosmopolitan displayed at checkout lanes. The retailer's decision last month to shield the covers of the magazine came after Morality in Media, a national interfaith organization, based here, asked supermarkets to pull or shield the covers of magazines at checkout racks that contain articles that may offend customers. Membership in MIM, founded in 1962 to combat illegal hardcore pornography and uphold ...

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