MOA to expand restrictions on teens during holiday shopping season

  • Article by: JAMES WALSH , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 17, 2012 - 10:19 PM

Unaccompanied teens won't be allowed on Thanksgiving, Black Friday.

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antisuburbsNov. 17, 1211:29 PM

As someone working at the mall on black friday. I am SO GLAD for this.

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george13Nov. 18, 12 8:11 AM

Until the day comes when every teen is acing every one of their classes and lettering in three sports there is no reason for them to be hanging around MOA. There are simply not enough hours in a day.

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righthingNov. 18, 12 8:19 AM

teens will need government issued id? cant somebody vouch for them.

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tammy1964Nov. 18, 12 9:44 AM

@righthing, don't you remember being a teen? As some parents are nowadays, half the time they don't know where their kids are at anyway.

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citypersonNov. 18, 1210:23 AM

This is a good thing.

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timandtiaNov. 18, 1210:50 AM

Good move. I hate to say, kids these days have changed so much. However, on the flip side, I hate seeing this implemented, because now "a few" bad teens have ruined for the rest of the law abiding teens. Oh wait, that is the way our country it turning into.

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birdpeepNov. 18, 1211:15 AM

once again the baby is thrown out with the bathwater. Unfortunately a segment of the population being raised without respect for others or of acceptable rules of conduct drag everyone down to that level. I agree with the policy. People need to be orotected from this violent culture before shopping at these family places requires kevlar vests.

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ephrakerNov. 19, 1211:16 AM

The mall is simply enacting a policy that will keep holiday shoppers spending. It is a shame that such lengths have to be taken to combat a problem which is so clearly caused by a small select group of thugs. The local government is certainly not going to enact any polices that would actually punish criminals for their misdeeds so now it is up to private businesses.

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