SAN JOSE, Calif. — United Food and Commercial Workers Union Locals 5 and 8 said Wednesday they plan to launch a strike at midnight Saturday against the Nob Hill division of Raley's unless the two sides can reach a contract settlement. In an effort to head off the strike, the chain and the unions are scheduled to meet with a federal mediator Thursday. The union also said it plans to have a public rally Thursday in Sacramento with members of other unions whose support it has ...

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