DENVER -- Labor talks here remained in limbo last week, while talks in two regions of Northern California were expected to continue at least through early January. Talks here came to a standstill 10 days ago after the two sides were brought together by a federal mediator. After a meeting in which no progress was made, the talks were suspended indefinitely "until the mediator determines that circumstances warrant," Dave Minshall, a union spokesman, told SN last week. According to Minshall, ...

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