LOS ANGELES — A local ordinance requiring certain supermarket retailers to retain workers when a store changes ownership was voided by a Superior Court judge in a tentative ruling here last week. The decision will become final unless someone raises controverted issues or proposes modifications by Nov. 5. According to the California Grocers Association, which challenged the Los Angeles City Council ordinance, the court said the law conflicts with statewide food safety and food handler laws ...
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