SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- What happens in California does not always stay in California, much to the dismay of supermarket operators across the country. "Most of the nation would appreciate it if some of the legislation that originates here would stop here," said Peter Larkin, president of the California Grocers Association here, in an interview with SN last week. "But unfortunately, a lot of public policy issues that arise in California find their way to other ...
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