PLEASANTON, Calif. — Attorneys for Safeway here are reviewing a decision by a federal judge who ruled Friday the city of San Francisco has a right to ban tobacco sales in stores with pharmacies, even if the pharmacy is not the store's main business. "We are reviewing the ruling, and we don't know yet what our options are," Susan Houghton, corporate director of public and government affairs, told SN Monday. She said she did not know when Safeway would be ready to comment on its options. The ...

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