SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The California Grocers Association said it has filed a petition seeking to stay a California Alcoholic Beverage Control Industry Advisory that seeks to provide guidance on complying with a new state law regulating alcoholic beverage sales at self-checkout terminals. CGA claims the advisory is "inconsistent with the statute, unenforceable, and in violation of the California Administrative Procedure Act." The new law takes effect ...
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