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A labor union has made a major foray in the health care sector in Portland with a razor-thin vote that took nearly two months to decide and could yet be contested.
PORTLAND, Ore. – Registered nurses at Providence Portland Medical Center overwhelmingly voted to approve a new two-year contract that addresses nurses’ concerns about hospital staffing and scheduling.