PLEASANTON, Calif. — Safeway here said it is cracking down on people collecting signatures outside its stores in California by taking them to court if they don't abide by the chain's rules. The company said it has seen many instances where paid signature collectors have blocked customers from entering or leaving a store — at its Safeway stores in Northern California and its Vons chain in Southern California — "and we're taking a pretty aggressive stance and actually filing injunctions ...

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