LOS ANGELES — Despite efforts by supermarkets to regulate the sale of alcohol to minors, self-checkouts allowed such purchases among nearly 20% of consumers in a study conducted by graduate law students at the University of California here and presented in partnership with a local group has been critical of Tesco’s Fresh & Easy chain. According to the study, checkouts that are supposed to lock when alcohol is scanned — preventing a customer from completing the transaction until an ...

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