SAN DIEGO -- A draft proposal to create standardized inspection procedures across the country for verifying pricing accuracy took another step toward enactment at a meeting of industry and government officials here. The proposal, which has strong retailer backing, calls for the establishment of standardized procedures for state and local inspectors to follow when auditing pricing accuracy in supermarkets and other classes of trade. Currently, the guidelines vary widely from state to state. ...
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