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P.G. backs off store security bill after businesses balk

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The Prince George's County Council is re-examining legislation meant to increase safety at convenience stores and gas stations after store owners took issue with some of the bill's more costly provisions. The proposal would have forced convenience stores and gas stations that are open between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. to install high-resolution digital security cameras and drop safes, never carry more...

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