MONTVALE, N.J. — Labor unions worried that A&P may seek bankruptcy court approval to reject labor contracts or reduce wages and benefits without bargaining said they may consider a strike against the retailer. "If the court sets aside our contract, the 'no strike clause' is no longer in effect and we have the right to strike," Bruce W. Both, president of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1500, said in a message to members posted on the union's website Tuesday. "I don’t want to ...

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