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Seattle hospital giant threatens to lock out thousands of striking nurses and caregivers

By The Intercept  
   January 31, 2020

On Tuesday morning, nearly 8,000 nurses, nursing assistants, lab workers, environmental service technicians, dietary workers, clerks, and other hospital staff launched their first-ever strike — in a health care labor stoppage their union is hailing as the largest of its kind in the nation in at least five years.

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