Tentative Deal Reached in Grocery Strike

Negotiators for three supermarket chains and grocery workers reach a tentative agreement that could end a four-month-long labor dispute in California. Union officials say workers must still ratify the contract. Some 70,000 workers have been affected by the dispute, which centered on disagreements over wages and health care benefits. NPR's Carrie Kahn reports.



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