Nurses' unions clash at Jackson Health System hospitals
The National Nurses Organizing Committee has filed documents with the state of Florida accusing the Jackson Health System and a rival union of trying to stop it from organizing nurses. NNOC spokesman Fernando Losada said his group has asked the Florida Public Relations Commission to stop "illegal activities" on the part of Jackson Health System and the Service Employees International Union, which represents Jackson employees.
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