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    KQED-FM: Labor Board OKs Union Vote at Kaiser

    In the latest development in a bitter feud between competing health care unions, the National Labor Relations Board has decided to allow elections for some 2,300 Kaiser workers in Southern California. The board’s decision is a major blow to the giant Service Employees International Union, which represents tens of thousands of California health care workers.

    Source: KQED California Public Radio

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