LOS ANGELES — The seven Southern California locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union put local employers on 72-hour notice late Thursday that they are no longer willing to extend their contracts day to day and might strike sometime after Sunday evening. The contracts, covering 62,000 clerks and meat cutters, have been extended since they expired March 6. Bargaining sessions are scheduled to continue at least through Sunday. It was not clear whether the unions would cease ...

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