The Nation

The Stop-N-Go chain of convenience stores will stop selling adult magazines because of the family orientation of its stores, the company said in Dayton, Ohio. President Robert Mink said the magazines will be pulled from all 305 Stop-N-Go stores in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Michigan, Indiana and Kentucky. The magazines were sold only to adults and were concealed behind store counters, with their covers obscured, Mink said. The magazines were being removed "because of our increasing awareness of the public's concern," he said.

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