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Letter: Greed has reached Dickinson thrift stores

The other day I was in the ARC Aid looking around and I was shocked to see that a thrift stores was selling used little girl jeans for $17. They were Justice jeans, but come on. I know quite a few families that rely on thrift stores to buy their ...

The other day I was in the ARC Aid looking around and I was shocked to see that a thrift stores was selling used little girl jeans for $17.
They were Justice jeans, but come on. I know quite a few families that rely on thrift stores to buy their kids clothes and the price they are asking is outrageous.
I’m sad that the greed of Dickinson has reached the thrift stores.

Jessica Cruz,
Dickinson

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