OCEANSIDE, Calif. — The City Council here is expected to give final approval next week to what an official termed a business-friendly law that would require store owners to take more responsibility for keeping shopping carts on their premises. The council gave unanimous approval for the law in a preliminary vote earlier in the week under which retailers who own more than 10 carts will be required to maintain an outside or in-house retrieval service to pick up abandoned carts; any company ...

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