As the strikes and lockouts in Southern California, St. Louis, West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky continue, with no negotiations in progress in any of the three labor disputes, more labor strife is looming in Phoenix and Indianapolis, where contracts were set to expire late last week and at the end of this week, respectively. In Phoenix, United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 99 resumed negotiations last week with Fry's Food, a division of Kroger Co., Cincinnati, and Safeway, ...

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