Crafters Might Have To Show ID To Buy Glass Etcher

A city council proposal that would require customers to show identification before buying a popular craft product is one step closer to becoming reality.

A city council committee voted Wednesday night in favor council member Martin Heinrich's proposal, which would require store clerks to ask for ID from customers wanting to buy glass etching creme.

The product is used to decorate vases, wine glasses and other items, but vandals have been using it to destroy windows on Nob Hill businesses.

The plan now heads to the full council for a vote.

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Date: 12 November 2004

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