DENVER — Members of United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 7 at Safeway and two Kroger-owned chains here are scheduled to conclude voting tomorrow on a contract offer they are likely to reject. It would mark the third time in several months the membership has rejected an offer. However, while Safeway employees were voting on whether to authorize a strike, workers at Kroger-owned King Soopers and City Markets were voting only on whether to accept the offer, with no strike ...

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