Some supermarket chains have taken a stand against tabloid publications that sensationalize shocking events like the death of Princess Diana and the murder of Jon Benet Ramsey. Gooding's Supermarkets, a 13-store upscale chain in Altamonte Springs, Fla., refuses to sell tabloids altogether since the death of Princess Diana, and 12-store Gelson's Markets, Encino, Calif., placed laminated cards in racks to hide tabloid covers. "Gelson's Markets recognizes the sensitivity of the tabloid issue ...

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