DENVER -- United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7 here last week proposed a new health care plan, which it said could save the supermarket chains about $21 million per year. In an interview with SN, Ernest Duran, president of the local, said the proposed changes would involve switching to a different insurance carrier and a new type of plan as part of a new contract to replace the current one that expires on Sept. 11. "There would not be any reduction in worker benefits," Duran said. ...

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