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September 21, 1988
Publishers of sex-oriented newspapers would be forced to post 24-hour guards at news racks in San Bernardino to prevent minors from buying the papers under a law given preliminary approval. But City Atty. James Penman said he would recommend that city leaders rescind the ordinance because it conflicts with state law, which takes precedence. The City Council gave the ordinance initial approval by a 4-2 vote.
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September 21, 1988
Publishers of sex-oriented newspapers would be forced to post 24-hour guards at news racks in San Bernardino to prevent minors from buying the papers under a law given preliminary approval. But City Atty. James Penman said he would recommend that city leaders rescind the ordinance because it conflicts with state law, which takes precedence. The City Council gave the ordinance initial approval by a 4-2 vote.
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