County supervisors crack down on faulty price scanners

06/16/2003 | San Diego Union-Tribune

San Diego County officials are calling for increased inspections of price scanners at retail stores to curb overcharging consumers, which could cost customers up to $100 million a year. Groups representing grocery and convenience stores say the proposed measure is drastic.

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