WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Raley's here has had informal discussions with the United Food and Commercial Workers Union over the last few days and expects to resume formal negotiations "shortly," a chain spokesman told SN. The two sides have been at an impasse since June and have had only one negotiating session since then on a contract that expired in October 2011. Raley's also said it has reversed its decision to close two stores and will instead keep both open. ...

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