EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — A bill that would force Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market to reconfigure its self-checkout model or stop selling alcohol in most stores, has reached California Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk. If passed, the United Food and Commercial Workers-backed bill, would ban alcoholic beverage sales at self-service checkouts across the state. Supporters say the bill is designed to cut down on underage drinking and sales of alcohol to those who are already intoxicated. “This applies ...

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