4-day strike by thousands of L.A. County emergency room nurses averted after talks
A threatened strike by Los Angeles County emergency room nurses and nurse practitioners was averted Tuesday after a marathon of month-long negotiations at the bargaining table and an early morning tentative settlement with county officials. The nurses planned a four-day Unfair Labor Practice strike poised to dramatically impact Los Angeles County's public healthcare delivery system by focusing attention on continued, unaddressed threats to patient safety at the county's flagship hospitals.
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