INGLEWOOD, Calif. -- The city council here reversed itself last week and voted to allow Wal-Mart to build a supercenter here. ,000 square feet that sell more than 20,000 nontaxable items, although it did not mention Wal-Mart specifically. However, the Inglewood interim city attorney said that action was subject to a potential legal challenge because the ordinance had not been drafted by his office. Following the council's original action, Wal-Mart collected petition signatures in an ...
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