Have you crossed the Stop & Shop picket lines?

UNIONIZED WORKERS picket outside of East Side Market, a Stop & Shop-owned grocery store closed down due to the strike. More than 31,000 workers are striking in New England following an impasse in contract negotiations. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MARY MACDONALD
UNIONIZED WORKERS picket outside of East Side Market, a Stop & Shop-owned grocery store closed down due to the strike. More than 31,000 workers are striking in New England following an impasse in contract negotiations. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MARY MACDONALD
When more than 31,000 United Food and Commercial Workers went out on strike against Stop & Shop LLC on April 12, it was more than just a wage and benefit dispute. In a very real way, it was a test for how strong the union movement still is in the region. One of the unintended…

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