LOS ANGELES — Opponents of the city's decision to allow Wal-Mart to open a Neighborhood Market in the Chinatown section of downtown Los Angeles filed an appeal Thursday with the Department of Building and Safety over the permits it approved last week. The appeal was filed by the local chapter of the Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, in conjunction with the Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy, in an attempt to stop Wal-Mart from obtaining the certificate of occupancy ...

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