INDIANOLA, Iowa -- The Wal-Mart Supercenter and another business here have lost their licenses to sell tobacco products for one year for selling cigarettes to minors. The businesses can, and probably will, apply to have the licenses reinstated once they show a change in their internal age-verification processes. "We believe it is one of the first revocations in the country," said Bob Brammer, spokesman for the Iowa Attorney General's office. It was certainly the first in Iowa, he said. ...

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