Dollar store chains settle with New York state over expired drugs
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The retailers Dollar General, Dollar Tree and Family Dollar will pay a total of more than $1 million in fines to New York state for various offenses, including selling expired, over-the-counter pharmaceuticals. Dollar General was also selling a type of motor oil that isn’t suitable for most engines built after 1930.
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