Hundreds rally to save New Jersey hospital
Newark Star-Ledger, January 21, 2008
More than 700 residents and hospital employees crowded into a Newark, NJ, church to protest the recently announced plans to close the 107-year-old Saint James Hospital. The rally was the second since officials of the Cathedral Healthcare System approved an agreement that calls for closing Saint James and Columbus Hospital, both of which have been struggling financially.
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