Hastings, MN, hospital workers to begin two-day strike
Minneapolis Star Tribune, November 24, 2008
Upset over stalled contract negotiations, about 230 employees at Hastings, MN-based Regina Medical Center will begin a two-day strike. Their union is unhappy with the hospital's offers on pensions and health insurance. Nurses' aides, X-ray technicians, physical therapy aides, housekeepers, dietary workers, medical transcriptionists, operating room aides, and patient care technicians who belong to Service Employees International Union Healthcare Minnesota will participate.
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