Arizona town wants to force security on convenience stores

Proposed law expected to help cut down on crime in Mesa


According to a story published by myfoxphoenix.com, police in Mesa, Ariz. are proposing a new law that would require convenience stores to install security measures such as CCTV and alarm systems.

The new law is expected to help reduce crime in the area. A similar law has also been proposed for hotels in the city.

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