LOS ANGELES — Negotiations on a new Southern California labor contract are scheduled to continue through the next couple of weeks, though a final agreement could take all summer to negotiate, a spokesman for the United Food and Commercial Workers Union told SN Thursday. "But they can't go much longer than that because we're running down our health and welfare reserves," he pointed out. The UFCW and representatives of the area’s three major employers — Supervalu-owned Albertsons, ...

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