LOS ANGELES — The seven Southern California locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union here may ask for a final offer in mid-August to take back to their members, a union official told SN last week. Negotiations will be on hold this week but will resume next week, then go dark again the first week of August before resuming for at least two weeks after that, through Aug. 17. “We're running into so much difficulty with something as basic as contract language that it's hard for me ...

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