PHOENIX — An administrative law judge for the National Labor Relations Board here ruled Monday that Chandler, Ariz.-based Bashas’ does not have to roll back health care premiums paid by employees at nine stores represented by United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 99 but does have to give some employees back pay, with interest, for transferring them when it closed two stores without consulting the union. The rulings are part of a series of disputes between the chain and the union ...

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