BEECH GROVE, Ind. — Workers at a Marsh location here are set to vote Sept. 17 on whether to form a union at the store, according to United Food and Commercial Workers Local 700, which said it has been seeking to unionize the chain. A majority of workers at the store petitioned the National Labor Relations Board to hold the election, the union said. No other stores operated by Indianapolis-based Marsh Supermarkets are unionized, the local said, although warehouse workers and truck drivers ...

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