DENVER -- Gov. Bill Ritter this week signed a bill that allows retailers to offer discounts on fuel, according to news reports. Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif., which had previously discontinued a gas discount because of a preexisting law that prohibited such promotions, immediately started up a program where its Club Card shoppers who bought $50 at the store in one trip could get 10 cents off per gallon of gas. “With fuel prices on the rise, the timing could not have been better, and customers ...

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