LOS ANGELES — A city councilman here plans to introduce a bill later this month that would require retailers to install electronic cart containment systems that prevent shopping carts from leaving a store's property if the store loses a certain number of carts during a specified period. A spokeswoman for Councilman Tony Cardenas said the proposal will be similar to a policy in neighboring Glendale, Calif., that requires code enforcement officers to count carts at local stores and, if more ...

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