LOS ANGELES — Members of seven Southern California locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union were scheduled to vote Friday and Saturday on a new three-year agreement. That agreement, which is being recommended by union leaders, was hammered out last Monday after a 26-hour bargaining session with the three major chains here. If it is ratified, the agreement will succeed the contract that expired March 6, which had been extended on a day-to-day basis until Sept. 15, when the ...
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