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Another state has banned stores from asking for your zip code. The Massachusetts Supreme Court has ruled that asking customers for their zip codes amounts to requesting personal identification information, following a complaint by a Michaels customer who reported receiving marketing materials from the crafty chain after providing her zip. Read the whole story at Racked National. [Racked]