LOS ANGELES — Seven locals of United Food and Commercial Workers Union here said they have set noon on June 21 as the deadline for completion of a new contract, with plans to begin scheduling meetings on June 24 at which they will ask their members to either vote on whatever contract offer is on the table at that time or seek strike authorization. The previous contract expired March 5 and has been extended since then. Negotiators met all five days last week and are scheduled to meet every ...

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