Los Angeles Times, May 10, 2010

Pledging to "restore relations with the American labor movement," Mary Kay Henry was named president of the Service Employees International Union, becoming the first woman to head the massive and politically influential group. Despite Henry's promise to reach out and heal rifts with other labor unions, interviews indicated that California's hospitals and nursing homes would remain one of organized labor's most contentious battlegrounds, the Los Angeles Times reports.

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