INDIANAPOLIS — Marsh Supermarkets here on Friday denied charges that it violated federal labor law as outlined in a complaint by the National Labor Relations Board. The NLRB has scheduled a hearing in February to address the charges after investigating a claim made by United Food and Commercial Workers Local 700 here. The union claims Marsh intimidated employees and fired a worker because he supported a union at one of its stores. “We vehemently deny these charges and look forward to the ...

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