COLORADO WORKERS VOTE ON OFFER DENVER — Union grocery employees in Colorado late last week began voting on a “final offer” from employers Kroger Co. (King Soopers) and Safeway, saying they could strike if they don't approve a new deal. The workers have been without a contract since their latest extension expired earlier this month. United Food and Commercial Workers Local 7 here, which represents the workers, said the latest offer differs little from offers previously rejected twice by ...

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