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NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- The New Haven Liquor Control Commission has suspended the liquor permit of a 7-Eleven in Cheshire, Conn., for multiple violations, according to the New Haven Register. The suspension will run through June 19, said Maria Delaney, commission director.
Delaney said the store violated laws dealing with the proper display of prices and also was accused of selling liquor to minors twice last year, according to the report.
Mark Gracia, a 7-Eleven franchisee who was granted the permit, declined to comment, the report said.
With regard to the price display violation, Delaney said that prices must be placed on or around coolers, in accordance with guidelines.