Joseph T. Hansen has been working overtime. As the president of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union, Hansen has been meeting with top retailers and top government officials to try to figure out how health care reform will play out for the union’s 1 million-plus members employed at supermarkets and other businesses in the U.S. “We’ve pulled our top people together, and I and some of my key staff people have spent innumerable hours with [President ...

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