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Nevada Will Require ID Scanning for Tobacco Sales Beginning January 1, 2023

The time is Now - Get your Nevada ID Scanner  Get your ID Scanner HERE  New regulations for Tobacco sales are the reason, as starting January 1, 2023, all tobacco retailers and shops will require an ID Scanner for age verification before checkout. From January 1, 2023, bill AB360 will become a law that has strong regulation on the sales of tobacco, tobacco products, vape products, and e-cigarettes for buyers under 18. The retailers must ensure that the buyers provide a valid ID like a driving license, resident card, or any other government ID for age verification.  Negligence Towards AB360...

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Point-of-Sale (POS) System Interfaces and the Challenges They Can Pose to Retailers in the Age-Restricted Sales Space

Minor Decliner has released a new paper for retailers that highlights the struggles you face in the ever-changing world of POS system interfaces and the age-restricted sales space. 

While it may seem impossible for a retailer to maintain age-restricted sales standards when the standards and technology keep changing... helpful solutions are out there.  It’s just a matter of knowing where to look. This paper aims to clarify that process and make it easy for retailers.

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Underage sales and enforcement focus on the rise in Rhode Island

Ron’s takeaways Enforcement efforts will ramp up in Rhode island This is due to a 80% increase in underage sales rates This follows the industry trends of ramping up enforcement and compliance efforts Minor Decliner is ready to partner with state agencies to reduce the underage sales rates  From the PROVIDENCE Journal RI hospital agency enlisted in fight to ban under-21 smoking, vaping  A new state law has given the state's embattled hospital agency a beefed up role in enforcing a ban on the sale of cigarettes and other nicotine products to anyone under age 21.  The new law passed...

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Alcohol, Tobacco Compliance Slips As Checks Resume In Washington

From patch.com More alcohol and tobacco vendors are failing age-verification checks since they resumed in May, while Cannabis shops saw improvement. In the months since Washington's Liquor and Cannabis Board resumed compliance checks, state officials have announced that more alcohol and tobacco vendors are failing to verify buyers are of age. The board resumed its random checks in May after pausing them for a year due to the pandemic. The LCB said its initial findings showed "mixed results" from its licensees, with the biggest dip among tobacco vendors Age-verification checks show some industries lagging in compliance Tobacco sales Overall compliance...

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Store Sales Associates should insist on a Minor Decliner

The pay is challenging, the hours long, and customers difficult. You have long line, and it's been a long day. If you make a mistake, not only can you get fined, you can get arrested. It is happening every day.  Sales associates arrested for selling to underage  You have the protection of a alarm system and a timed safe. You need the protection of an age verification system that works. Its fast and will prevent a critical mistake. 

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