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Labor board finds for nurses

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MINNEAPOLIS - Twin Cities hospitals who refused to hire nurses on strike against Fairview Health Services engaged in "economic warfare," a national labor panel has ruled.

The National Labor Relations Board last week upheld a federal administrative judge's 2002 ruling in favor of the Minnesota Nurses Association, a union that represents registered nurses. The case involved 25 striking nurses whose job denials could be documented.

Full Story: http://www.duluthsuperior.com/mld/duluthsuperior/news/local/10152820.htm

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