Union Case inished your column, "The Case for Case-Ready" [SN, May 19]. It was a fascinating read [mostly] due to the minimization of labor in the equation. Let me set the stage. United Food and Commercial Workers Local 789 in St. Paul, Minn., [is among locals that] represent grocery clerks and meat department employees. Overall, our contracts have good wages and benefits. Just as important, the working relationship with most unionized employers is positive. The column in question ...

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