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2 Businesses Declared Off-Limits For Fort Huachuca Soldiers

A smoke shop and a shuttle service have been declared off-limits for soldiers at the Fort Huachuca Army base in southeastern Arizona.

A base commander says the two businesses adversely affect the health, safety, morals, morale and discipline of Army personnel.

In a memo issued last month, Major General Laura Potter wrote the two establishments were off limits to all Fort Huachuca military personnel effective immediately.

The Herald Review reports the two businesses are Sophie’s Smoke Shop and Slick’s Shuttle Service.

A Fort Huachuca spokeswoman says the smoke shop sells urine-cleansing products and marijuana products while the shuttle service has traffic and safety violations.

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