KANSAS CITY, Kan. -- Associated Wholesale Grocers here was pondering its next move last week after the National Labor Relations Board urged it to reopen negotiations with ousted Teamsters. A regional office of the NLRB found merit in all five unfair labor practice charges levied against AWG by Teamsters unions representing 1,200 workers let go by the grocery cooperative in April. In addition to pursuing the charges, the NLRB said it would seek authority from its board in Washington to ...

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