PLEASANTON, Calif. — Safeway rolled out a $4 generic drug prescription program to its eastern division and Chicago Dominick’s division this week, according to media reports and the company’s websites, which also show that Safeway’s Randall’s, Tom Thumb and Genuardi stores have the program. Safeway did not respond immediately with information about its plans for the rest of the chain; however, others — like Wal-Mart and Kroger — gradually expanded their generics program to all stores with ...

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