LOS ANGELES - A federal grand jury here last week indicted Ralphs Supermarkets on charges that it illegally hired locked-out workers during the Southern California labor dispute of 2003-2004. to store and requiring them to wear name tags bearing their false names," said U.S. Attorney Debra Wong Yang in a prepared statement. As previously reported, Ralphs, a division of Kroger Co., Cincinnati, admitted that some such hiring did occur and said it had disciplined an unspecified number of ...

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