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Liquor store blues

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A recent Deakin University study has shown that liquor stores have become inadequate when checking ‘younger-looking people’ for ID.

Up to 60% of liquor stores studied allowed younger people to purchase alcohol without proof of identification.

So should these stores lift their game and be more proactive? Or are they only doing the best they can?

Reporter Sally Hayles finds out.

 

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