CINCINNATI — Kroger banned pharmacy customer Thomas Stone from its stores “due to the impasse over your use of multiple coupons at many of our pharmacies,” according to a letter Stone provided to the Cincinnati Post late last week. Stone spends as much as $20,000 a year on about a dozen prescription drugs that he takes to combat medical conditions that include high blood pressure, high cholesterol and allergies. Stone acknowledged that he tries to take advantage of the coupon offers and ...
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