California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed Senate Bill 469 that would have required  a  superstore   (defined as retail establishments exceeding 90,000 square feet of floor area), at  its expense,  to submit an economic and community impact analysis report to local governments prior to the review of  a zoning  permit application.  Such reports would have required, among other information, information about the share of retail sales the superstore would capture, its affect on supply and demand for retail space, and whether the superstore’s operation would result in a net increase or decrease in employment.  On Monday, Walmart issued a statement saying the veto “restore[d] confidence in [California’s] economy.”