ST. PAUL, Minn. -- As United Food and Commercial Workers Local 789 and a coalition of supermarket employers exchanged opening proposals for a new contract here last week, union officials said health care would become a divisive issue. "I don't think our negotiations are going to be any different from any of the other ones across the country. The cost of health care, and how we blend that cost into the economics of the labor agreement, will be a major issue," Don Seaquist, president of Local ...
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