LANDOVER, Md. — The union representing workers at Safeway stores here on Tuesday held demonstrations at three sites where the retailer was to recruit and train replacement workers to be used in the event of a work stoppage. The workers — members of United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400 — are engaged in negotiations with Safeway and Giant-Landover on a contract to replace one that is to expire March 31. The protests took place at three Washington-area Safeway ...

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