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Monday, April 26, 2010

Murdered clerk's family wants new law


In March, Tony Singh was killed while working at a 7-Eleven in south Kansas City. Authorities have arrested and charged the man suspected of robbing and murdering Singh. Now, Singh's loved ones are circulating petitions for a ballot measure that would require convenience stores to have bulletproof glass and panic buttons, and require them to employ two clerks after 10 p.m. Mary Sanchez wrote about their effort this morning, along with industry reluctance.

There's a Facebook group devoted to the bill here.


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