WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Two Northern California locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union have launched a strike against Raley’s Supermarkets here, citing management’s decision last week to unilaterally implement a new contract. Raley’s said on the first day of the strike nearly half of its union employees were crossing picket lines and coming to work. It also said it was keeping its stores open and operating “while getting product to the ...

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