SAN FRANCISCO — Two Northern California locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union are delaying the vote counts on new contracts at Raley's, citing unresolved disputes, according to local reports. Members of UFCW Local 8 and Local 5 employed by Raley's were scheduled to turn in their ballots Monday in a vote on whether to accept new contracts, but the Sacramento Bee reported Tuesday that the unions were protesting the fact that Raley's had begun implementing ...

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