COMPTON, Calif. -- For the third time in the last year and a half, Ralphs Grocery Co. here has been charged with false advertising and overcharging on sale items. The Los Angeles City Attorney's office cited Ralphs and 10 of its store supervisors with 17 counts of false advertising for failing to remove expired tags on sale items and 17 counts for overcharging when those items rang up at checkouts with a price higher than the tag price. When similar charges were filed against the chain in ...
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