LOS ANGELES -- The Los Angeles City Council will consider an ordinance early next year designed to mitigate the potential negative impacts of big-box stores and supercenters on "economic assistance areas" of the city by stipulating that such retailers must pay living wages. h city, state or federal agencies encourage public and private investments to revitalize community economic activity. According to a report prepared for the council, "The City of Los Angeles should consider the ...

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