LOS ANGELES — A federal mediator will participate in ongoing talks between Southern California employers and seven locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers, according to published reports. Two weeks after the union received a strike authorization vote and a week after negotiations continued, the Los Angeles Times said the two sides have imposed a news blackout on the progress of the talks, other than to indicate there's been a call for a representative of the Federal Mediation and ...

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