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As law languishes, trash falls where it may

Litter citations in steep decline

Litter was strewn along a ramp off Interstate 93 in Stoneham. Those who litter are rarely cited or fined. Litter was strewn along a ramp off Interstate 93 in Stoneham. Those who litter are rarely cited or fined. (Dina Rudick/ Globe Staff)
By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / June 14, 2010

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In Arlo Guthrie’s rambling ’60s classic “Alice’s Restaurant,’’ the hippie folk singer ends up in jail for littering in Stockbridge. These days, Guthrie would probably get off with a warning. (Full article: 1232 words)

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