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kifn2 t1_j06oghg wrote

Some of them. They closed the Seattle store that unionized, then reopened it across the street but made it operated by a grocery store. Many of the other stores they closed were in the organizing process. Theoretically, it should be harder for them to do this after the store is actually unionized since a union could bring more resources to fight the closure than an unorganized workforce.