WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Despite a strike authorization vote last week by one of its subsidiaries, Raley's here said contract talks overseen by a federal mediator will resume Wednesday, with another meeting scheduled for Friday. United Food and Commercial Workers Union Locals 5 and 8 met with Raley's under the aegis of the federal mediator for the first time last Friday, after Raley's had agreed to extend the contract through June 6. Direct talks with the union, free ...

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