MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. — Union workers at Kroger stores in Michigan were still working on Thursday despite their contract expiring. The workers, represented by United Food and Commercial Workers Local 876 here, in a statement said they were fighting “concessionary demands from Kroger,” including defunding a trust account that pays for health benefits. This issue, the union said, had stalled contract talks, which were continuing Thursday. The sides are negotiating a contract covering 12,000 ...

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