DENVER — More than a week after contract negotiations broke down again, union grocery employees of Safeway here are demanding that the United Food and Commercial Workers sanction a strike. But it was still unclear Thursday whether an OK was forthcoming. UFCW Local 7 here in a message posted on its website insisted it had met all the requirements set out by the union’s international office in Washington when negotiations broke down Oct. 20 with both Safeway and Kroger-owned King Soopers ...

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