TRACY, Calif. -- Striking Teamsters at a distribution center here that supplies 245 Safeway stores in three Western states returned to work last week after approving a contract that gave them less than what the warehouse's management had offered in October, before the Teamsters began their 45-day walkout. Martin Street, president, Summit Logistics here, which owns and operates the warehouse, told SN the six-year contract represents "a reduction in hourly wages and a reduction in benefits" ...

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