WASHINGTON -- Union members at Safeway and Giant Food stores here, in Baltimore and northern Virginia overwhelmingly ratified new four-year agreements last week that create a temporary tier of employees with lesser health benefits. the agreement. Annual major medical deductibles for existing employees will double to $200 a year, with no change in co-pays for doctor visits and a slight increase in co-pays for prescription medications, while new employees will have a $300 deductible and pay ...

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