OAKLAND, Calif. -- Supermarkets and other retailers helped halt a city ordinance here that would have imposed performance standards upon retailers who sell alcoholic beverages. In a decision with broad implications for retailers who operate in California, the controversial ordinance was stopped in Alameda County Superior Court last month. Similar ordinances have been cropping up throughout the state, according to the California Beverage Retailer Coalition, formed to fight the regulatory ...

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