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(KSL News) Teen smokers will have a harder time getting cigarettes from a Utah grocery store chain.
In a deal with attorney generals in 41 states, Kroger Co. agreed to take tougher measures toward preventing teen tobacco sales.
Kroger is the parent company of Smith's Food and Drug Stores, which has 48 stores in Utah