LOS ANGELES — For the second time in four months, clerks and meat cutters in Southern California have voted to authorize a strike. The latest vote was announced Sunday, following two days of voting on the contract proposals that were on the table when bargaining talks ended last Wednesday. Before any strike can occur, the United Food and Commercial Workers Union would have to give 72 hours' notice to the area's three major employers — Albertsons, Ralphs and Vons. A strike against one would ...

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