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Union Election Cancelled As CNA Says SEIU Excluded Nurses In Ohio Deal – 03/12/08

Let’s be clear – the California Nurses Association does not represent a single worker in Ohio.

SEIU spent the last three years working with nurses and other hospital staff, helping them form their union. The workers wrote letters to hospital administrators, signed petitions, knocked on doors and busted their asses to win the chance to have an election. CNA came in 6 days before the NRLB-supported secret ballot election, and tore it apart with dirty, underhanded tactics.

Showing up a week before the elections did not entitle CNA to be on the ballot. They would have needed just one card to appear on the ballot but failed to produce one. They chose instead to mislead nurses into thinking that a “no” vote would automatically result in a “yes” vote for the CNA.

CNA is lying. Talk to the actual nurses in Ohio.

Comment Posted By Maliss Higgins On March 12, 2008 @ 3:29 pm

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  1. chimara says:

    Have any of you read the Recovery Act???
    Before any of you trash John Boehner and any of the other people who threw a hissy fit for not supporting the bill, you really should TRY to read it…get back to me in…lets say about a week or so. It will take you at least that long to get through it. It will take longer to understand all the crap that is in it. It is so loaded with PORK. A Bill is not just a Bill. Take a class in politics or better yet, go sit in on a Congressional debate. It will open your eyes!
    ******
    By the way, screwing up trade with Mexico is going to enhance our chances at another economic depression…read up on what started us down the slippery slope of the last Great Depression. We are not alone in this world folks!
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