Congressman Courtney says he’ll  join striking Stop & Shop workers

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CONNECTICUT -

Stop & Shop workers are still striking in parts of Connecticut.

Congressman Joe Courtney says he will join the employees in protest if an agreement isn't reached over the weekend.

He says he will visit unionized workers in Norwich on Monday to support them.

United Food and Commercial Workers union members at stores across New England went on strike April 11 to protest what they say are cuts to health care and take-home pay in the company's latest contract proposal.

 

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