MONTREAL — The United Food and Commercial Workers International Union hopes to boost its membership to 3 million over the next decade — more than double the 1.3-million members it currently has — by going after "every non-union facility in our industries," Joe Hansen, president, said here last week. He said the union's growth effort will come from changing the political landscape, resetting the public policy debate and refocusing government action on working families — goals that could start ...

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