Truly I think they're smart. And just hear me out on this.
Unionized hospitals get better ratings from patients, typically have better performance indicators and certainly have better nurse retention. The latter alone saves them a fortune. It's cheaper for the hospital to have skilled, long-term unionized nurses than to be forever spending 500 bucks because they tried to save 50.
That said if this is happening in Florida, I wouldn't put it past the current Governor (you know the guy who should be behind bars probably for his own misdoings as an executive with a prominent payor) to try to do allhe can to stop it.
And if you can get on here in the midwest, by all means, please do. Good luck with that though as Governor Walker is representative of what we've gotten in here last election.