SAN DIEGO, Calif. — The city council here is scheduled to vote Tuesday on whether to repeal an ordinance regulating big-box store development. In anticipation of a repeal, Walmart U.S. disclosed plans to open up to 12 stores of varying formats here over the next five years. At a press conference here attended by Mayor Jerry Sanders and some council members, Maggie Sans, vice president of public affairs, Wal-Mart, said, "The big-box ordinance might be good politics but it's bad business. We ...

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