DENVER — Albertsons workers in Denver voted to ratify a 52-month contract with the employer, United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7 here said Monday. The new deal includes a signing bonus, wage increases, improved health care insurance and a design to stabilize the pension plan, union sources said. It also includes a guaranteed severance payment. Albertsons has closed five Colorado stores last fall. Albertsons workers had been without a contract since May. Read More of Today's Headlines

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