HELENA, Mont. — Democratic legislators joined union representatives at a Safeway parking lot here this week to urge Safeway and Albertsons to boost wages and other compensation for 1,200 workers at 17 Albertsons and 10 Safeways in Montana, according to published reports. Speaking on behalf of the legislators present and approximately 24 other state Democrats who wrote to the chains’ corporate offices, Bob Bergren, a state legislator, said fair compensation in the workplace is among the ...

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