Denver Business Journal, May 18, 2009
Both sides in ongoing talks between Colorado grocery-store chains and their employees weighed in Wednesday on Gov. Bill Ritter's veto of a bill that would have extended unemployment benefits to locked-out workers.
A spokeswoman for King Soopers, one of the supermarket chains in the contract talks, applauded Ritter's action, as did the head of the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry. Read More...