COLUMBUS, Ohio -- A Kroger store here has been accused of violating the civil rights of a young boy infected with the HIV virus and may be named in a related civil lawsuit. The store was named in a formal complaint to the Ohio Civil Rights Commission made by the boy's guardian after he was denied access to an in-store play area called PePe's Playhouse, which serves as a short-term babysitting service. The charge was backed by the commission, which referred the case to the state attorney ...

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