In Ohio drive, big labor shows its fissures
Wall Street Journal (subscription required), April 16, 2008
An attempt to organize nurses in Ohio is pitting the Service Employees International Union and the California Nurses Association against each other. The dispute between two of the nation's largest labor groups stems from an effort by both unions to organize 8,000 nurses at nine Catholic Healthcare Partners hospitals in Ohio. The two unions are also battling for members in California.
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