INDIANAPOLIS — After the National Labor Relations Board filed a second charge against Marsh Supermarkets here, the company said it "remains confident that the allegations are without merit." The NLRB this week issued a complaint accusing Marsh of labor violations at its store in Beech Grove, Ill., ahead of a scheduled union election last year, according to a statement by the United Food and Commercial Workers. A similar charge was filed last year concerning another Marsh store in ...

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