QUINCY, Mass. — Stop & Shop has proposed moving some part-time workers at its stores from company-sponsored insurance and prescription drug plans to federal exchanges when they become active in 2014, five local unions negotiating a new contract with the retailer here said Thursday. The unions — United Food and Commercial Workers Locals 328, 371, 919, 1445 and 1459 — in a written update termed the company’s proposal an “emotional” issue amid ...

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