EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Days after California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law a measure that will ban alcohol sales at self-checkout come Jan. 1, 2012, Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market — the only retailer to operate a self-serve-only checkout model in the state — is considering how best to comply. All but two of its 133 California locations sell beer and wine. “Obviously we’re disappointed in the governor’s decision and that politics prevailed over ...

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