WASHINGTON — United Food and Commercial Workers and the Service Employees International Union have agreed to combine their respective organizations seeking to organize workers at Wal-Mart Stores. The groups have agreed to combine as WakeUpWalMart, the name under which the UFCW-backed group has gone since 2005. Wal-Mart Watch was also founded in 2005, by the SEIU. In a statement, the groups said the combined organizations would unite more activists and provide a stronger organization to ...

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