DENVER — Union workers that rejected prior contract offers from employers Safeway and Kroger-owned King Soopers are voting again on a slightly modified offer. According to United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7 here, bargaining units of Safeway and King Soopers that rejected the prior offer in December were to vote Thursday on a deal that provides an additional $12 million in the health and welfare fund for retirees. The 52-month contract offer otherwise includes the same terms as ...

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