PHOENIX -- Local 99 of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union here distributed fliers locally, in conjunction with several community groups, to ask the public to complain to the state's liquor licensing agency about the granting of liquor licenses to Tesco for its Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market stores. The fliers, which did not identify the union as one of the groups urging the action, said Tesco had sold liquor to minors in Great Britain, which makes it an undesirable retailer; ...
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