WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Union workers at Raley’s Supermarkets here are expected to vote in the next couple of weeks to approve new labor agreements following a 10-day strike that ended last week — concluding more than a year of talks with three Northern California chains to negotiate a successor contract to one that expired in October 2011. Unionized employees at Pleasanton, Calif.-based Safeway will also be voting at about the same time on a similar contract proposal ...

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