The heat is on retailers across the country more than ever to curtail sales of restricted products to underage purchasers. In many states, so-called "stings," as well as other enforcement and protest activity, have retailers redoubling their efforts to make sure that already-stringent policies on sales of tobacco, alcohol and, in some cases, lottery tickets, are followed to the letter. "It seems like more and more enforcement agents are out in the field enforcing the laws that are on the ...

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