Labor tensions are mounting in various parts of the country, with a contract vote scheduled this week in Southern California and a strike vote scheduled in St. Louis, while in Milwaukee negotiations continued late last week although union members had already rejected what management insisted was its "last, best and final offer." More than 70,000 members of seven locals of United Food and Commercial Workers Union in Southern California are scheduled to vote this week on whether to accept a ...

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