MINNEAPOLIS — Around 10,000 union workers at grocery stores around the Twin Cities have voted to approve a new contract with employers, the Star Tribune here reported. The workers, represented by United Food and Commercial Workers Local 653, work at Cub Foods, Rainbow Foods, Lunds/Byerly’s, Kowalski’s Markets and independent Supervalu stores. They agreed to a 1-year deal, citing uncertainty over Affordable Care Act provisions going into effect in 2014, the paper ...
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