Pennsylvania nurses union to add to clout through merger
Philadelphia Inquirer, January 10, 2008
A Pennsylvania nurses union with 5,100 members announced that it was merging with a powerful and deep-pocketed national counterpart. The move puts the financially struggling Temple University Health System and other unionized hospitals on notice that the nurses union will have more clout when organizing nurses and fighting staffing cutbacks.
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