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OLYMPIA, Wash. -- Lawmakers have approved a measure meant to stop underage alcohol sales at self-checkout machines.

The measure, approved unanimously Wednesday by the Senate, would require self-checkout machines at supermarkets to freeze transactions involving liquor sales until a worker verifies the buyer is at least 21 years old.

The measure unanimously passed the House in February and now heads to Gov. Jay Inslee.

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