ROSEVILLE, Calif. — United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 8-Golden State here said it has established informational picket lines at four newly opened Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market locations in Northern and Central California. The stores are located in Modesto, Lincoln, Granite Bay and Sacramento. Jacques Loveall, president of the local, said the union is asking consumers not to shop at the stores, saying Wal-Mart provides sub-standard wages and benefits to the ...

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