Minneapolis Star Tribune, May 25, 2010

Last week, members of the Minnesota Nurses Association voted overwhelmingly to reject labor and pension contracts from 14 hospitals, setting the stage for a one-day strike. Both sides have publicly declared they would like to return to the negotiating table to stave off the strike. But five days after Twin Cities nurses voted to authorize a strike, there's been little movement on either side, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.

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