MODESTO, Calif. — Workers at three Northern California chains may have to accept a co-pay to their health care coverage, though a final decision will depend on a new plan design that cannot be completed until all three companies in the bargaining unit sign new labor contracts. Save Mart Supermarkets here reached an agreement last week on new contract terms when the executive board of United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 5 accepted the chain’s final offer after 52% ...

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