Supermarkets Reject Labor Strike Arbitration

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Striking and locked-out grocery workers in California offered Wednesday to turn over stalled negotiations to a third-party negotiator. But the three supermarket chains involved in the dispute rejected the offer. The strike is now in its fourth month. Hear NPR's Carrie Kahn.

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