LOS ANGELES — Negotiators in Southern California are continuing to meet on a day-to-day basis under the aegis of a federal mediator, although union sources told SN Wednesday little progress is being made. "There certainly isn't enough progress to show us any light at the end of the tunnel," an executive of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union said. Signs are posted at stores operated by Supervalu-owned Albertsons and Safeway-owned Vons that they may need to hire temporary workers ...

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