LOS ANGELES -- As 59,000 members of seven retail clerks locals returned to work last week for the first time in 141 days, the message for union members around the country was clear, industry sources told SN last week: What they got in Southern California is as good as members of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union are likely to get anywhere else as their contracts expire later this year. "I don't think the big three are going to give anyone a more favorable contract than what the ...

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