BOISE, Idaho -- Albertsons here agreed last week to pay $1.85 million in fines and other costs for overcharging customers in 15 California counties. equires Albertsons to implement procedures to prevent future overcharges; to institute a "get it free" program if an item rings up at a higher price than advertised; and to install electronic shelf tags at one store -- all of which have been done voluntarily over the last few years, Albertsons said in a statement last week. Albertsons said ...

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