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The U.S. Supreme Court last week upheld a town ordinance restricting the sale of such drug paraphernalia as rolling papers and pipes used in smoking marijuana.

The law, enacted in 1978 by the town of Hoffman Estates and requires adult purchasers to sign a roster that is subject to inspection by police. The constitutionality of the law was challenged by Flip Side, a local record shop.

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