DENVER — Claiming that union operatives wearing black shirts have intimidated and coerced workers at its King Soopers stores, Kroger Co. has filed suit here seeking to end the so-called “blitzing” practices. Kroger and United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7 have engaged in tense contract negotiations in recent months. Workers in Denver were to have voted on the company’s latest contract proposal Monday — a proposal condemned by union leadership. Workers in Colorado Springs are expected ...

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