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Sep. 11—What you might call the chalk squat — when a person checks the tires of a parked car for the white stripe of chalk that could result in a fresh ticket landing on the windshield — is on its way out in the Bay Area. But perhaps not without a final, multimillion-dollar legal battle. Even as cities across the region switch from chalking tires to digital enforcement of time-zone limits, ...