DENVER — Metro-area Safeway and Kroger-owned King Soopers grocery store clerks and meat cutters on Thursday voted overwhelmingly to ratify a four-year contract that they rejected in a vote late last year. The new agreement covers about 3,000 retail clerks and meat cutters in Denver, Broomfield, Parker and Castle Pines. United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7 backed the “yes” vote, because a new part of the agreement heads off a 21% health insurance premium hike faced by 2,000 retired ...
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