SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The California Grocers Association here said yesterday it intends to work with the Los Angeles Board of Supervisors on the issues of litter abatement, recycling and the use of reusable bags at retail following a vote Tuesday by the board that that set benchmarks for reducing the number of plastic bags used. "We believe these issues can be resolved through a partnership with government, industry and our customers," CGA said in a prepared statement. In actions a day ...

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