SEATTLE — Members of three union locals here are scheduled to resume meetings with representatives of Allied Employers this Thursday — a week after union members gave negotiators authority to call a strike by a 94% vote. A second bargaining session is also scheduled for Friday. The talks affect 25,000 employees at Safeway, Supervalu-owned Albertsons and Kroger-owned Fred Meyer and QFC. The unions involved are Locals 21 and 81 of the United Food and Commerical Workers representing clerks ...

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