WEST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Shaw's Supermarkets is moving forward with a plan to card all customers purchasing alcohol and tobacco products, regardless of age or appearance. The chain, which operates in all six New England states, implemented the policy late last month in five states, pulled back in two states for legal reasons, and now uses it in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, said Bernie Rogan, spokesman. Expansion to New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine is under study and ...

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