WASHINGTON -- The United Food and Commercial Workers Union will devote more resources toward political activity at the local level now that it is part of the new Change to Win coalition, a UFCW spokeswoman told SN last week. "One of the biggest changes is that it is going to change the way we do our political work," said Jill Cashen, the UFCW spokeswoman. "I think the emphasis of Change to Win is going to be a lot more on local elections, getting people in the halls of power who have a real ...

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