LOS ANGELES — Jesse Jackson joined other clergymen and community activists last week at a meeting with several Ralphs store managers here in a show of support for union members two days before the workers were scheduled to vote on a contract offer. The United Food and Commercial Workers Union was recommending a “no” vote on the offer, a local union executive told SN. The tipping point in bargaining has been health care. A union executive told SN last week the latest offer from the ...

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