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After more than 20 years of service, a Genesee County business is closing its doors.

Burling Drugs in Corfu shuttered early this week. Owner Dan Burling, a former Genesee County Legislator and State Assemblyman, said that changes in the industry have made it difficult for small pharmacies to survive.

“With the changes to healthcare and Medicare Part D, the impending Obamacare…It was just a combination of things," he said.

Burling employed two pharmacists and three clerks. He says he’s working to get them jobs at Rite Aid.

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# Lisa Harder
Friday, July 26, 2013 8:40 AM
It is nice to know that the Assemblyman is trying to take care of his employees after the Obama-slide has begun to take out the "little man" and the impending fall of Americans liberties is lurking at our doorsteps with more diaster. It is unfortunate that the Assemblyman had to give up his business, good luck to us all. I hope that all the good politicians don't leave office.

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