Union Calls Off Nursing Home Strike

Responding to a request from legislative leaders, Connecticut's largest union of health care workers said Tuesday that it is withdrawing its notices to strike at eight nursing homes. Full Story
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“Unions are still scum ”

Since: Dec 07

Atlanta

#21 May 27, 2009
Truth Lies wrote:
I have been monitoring patients in over 40 different nursing homes throughout Connecticut for over five years and Truth's remarks are the most vile and absurd factless crraap imagineable.
lol If you did all this "monitoring" why the hell are the places in such bad shape? Maybe folks like you who do not really care for their jobs, much like many of the nurses that work in these sewers.

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