In the 130 days since the Boston Globe’s contract with its editorial and business workers lapsed, there’s been a flurry of local union activity. The newsroom at WBUR voted to form a new unions, while a strike involving more than 30,000 Stop & Shop workers attracted the support of national politicians ranging from Sen. Elizabeth Warren to former Vice President Joe Biden.

Meanwhile, the Globe’s hired law firm and representatives of nearly 300 of its workers continue to slog through weekly collective…

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