LOS ANGELES — Negotiators for three national chains and 65,000 union employees returned to the bargaining table here last Wednesday, two days after union members voted by more than 90% to authorize a strike. The two sides were scheduled to meet at least through Friday, although the union can call a strike at any time, with 72 hours' notice, it said. While the employers are making contingency plans in case of a strike, they have not begun lining up temporary workers to replace union members ...
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