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Getting clear on health dangers

Law limiting signs on storefronts aims at curbing smoking, drinking

Mission Hill market owner Miguel Fuentes has complied with a city ordinance limiting the use of ads on store windows. Youth organizers, such has David Martinez (below) of Sociedad Latina, back the new rule. Mission Hill market owner Miguel Fuentes has complied with a city ordinance limiting the use of ads on store windows. Youth organizers, such has David Martinez (below) of Sociedad Latina, back the new rule. (Photos By Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Meghan E. Irons
Globe Staff / August 5, 2009

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The banners hawking beer were just too much - about 10 of them promoting the wonders of Corona and Budweiser. So Miguel Fuentes removed them from the front of his Mission Hill store. (Full article: 839 words)

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