DENVER -- The United Food and Commercial Workers Union last week asked a federal mediator to bring both sides back to the bargaining table in negotiations here between UFCW Local 7 and the three chains it has been bargaining with. After suspending voting on new contracts that had been proposed by Albertsons, Safeway and Kroger-owned King Soopers the previous week, the UFCW last week said it would prevent any further voting on the contract proposals until the health care provisions had been ...

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