PHOENIX — Wal-Mart Stores has agreed to establish a “rigorous” price inspection and monitoring system in Arizona to ensure the state’s consumers have access to accurate and clearly posted prices, Terry Goddard, the state's attorney general, said last week. “If Arizona's largest retailer can commit to price accuracy, I expect every Arizona business can do the same,” Goddard said in a press release. Wal-Mart officials could not be reached for comment. The settlement, in the form of a consent ...

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