CINCINNATI -- Kroger Co. here appears to have diffused a complaint lodged with the state's civil rights commission regarding access to in-store baby-sitting facilities. The complaint was filed after officials at a Kroger store in Columbus, Ohio, denied access to an in-store play area called PePe's Playhouse to a young boy infected with the HIV virus that causes AIDS. New company guidelines have since been put in place. The company has worked on preparing attendants to deal with related ...

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