BENTONVILLE, Ark. -- An administrative law judge with the National Labor Relations Board said in a ruling made public last week that Wal-Mart Stores here must negotiate with the union representing workers at a meat department the company closed nearly three years ago. Judge Keltner Locke said Wal-Mart had committed unfair labor practices by refusing to engage in collective bargaining with the meat department in a Jacksonville, Texas, store that was represented by a United Food and ...

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