LOS ANGELES — Negotiators in the Southern California contract talks were scheduled to resume bargaining today following a break in discussions called last Tuesday by a federal mediator. Commenting on the break, representatives of the United Food and Commercial Workers union here said the sessions, which started in January, have lasted longer than the 141-day strike-lockout that ended three years ago. To demonstrate its commitment to getting some sort of settlement, the union held a media ...

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