TOLEDO, Ohio -- Meijer Inc. has been hit by a strike at four stores here that has resulted in union-related picketing at 14 of the company's other outlets across southern Michigan, Ohio and Indiana. The Todedo strike against the Grand Rapids, Mich.-based company is being led by United Food and Commercial Workers Local 954, which is alleging unfair labor practices. The union claims it is causing business to drop at least 50% at stores in Toledo and 20% to 30% in other areas. In Toledo, the ...

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