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From the editorial: "Clearly, there is common ground and shared goals, and kudos to both sides for continuing to talk. But another nurses strike ... wouldn’t be in anyone’s interest."
The strike will begin Dec. 11, unless tentative contract agreements are made with hospitals before then. Nurses at Essentia and Twin Cities hospitals would strike for three weeks, until Dec. 31. St.
MNA leaders have the authority to give hospitals a 10-day notice of a strike. The nurses previously held a three-day strike in September.
Minnesota Nurses Association members at St. Luke's Lake View Hospital will vote Wednesday on whether to authorize a strike.
It will be offered evenings from Dec. 12 to early March. It is open to people who receive public assistance; are unemployed; live below the poverty line; lack stable housing; have a criminal record;
The 15,000 union nurses at 15 hospitals in Minnesota and Wisconsin will vote Nov. 30. The vote could give MNA leaders the power to authorize another strike, following a three-day strike held in

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From the column: "No one should ever experience the trauma of sexual assault, but it happens so often. It’s difficult to humanize statistics, but these numbers do represent humans — humans we care
From the column: "Tears, nausea, exhaustion, panic are what nurses face every day just to do our job and to protect our patients and provide them the care they need."
Councilors voted to remove the proposed resolution from their agenda.

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