TOLEDO, Ohio — Kroger workers here were scheduled to vote on the ratification of a new contract here yesterday to replace one that expired April 7. United Food and Commercial Workers Local 911, representing about 2,300 workers, had been wrangling with the Cincinnati-based chain over health care, pension, wages and work rules. Read More of Today's Headlines
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