LOS ANGELES — Southern California labor negotiations are stuck on how to fund a proposed health care plan for members of seven locals of United Food and Commercial Workers Union here, union and employer spokesmen told SN last week. The proposal on the table would make workers and their families eligible for health care coverage in six months — compared with 12-18 months under the current contract — and also covers several preventive health concerns; the sticking point is how to fund it. ...

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