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    Health care workers at two Woodland nursing homes vote to leave Service Employees International Union and join rival NUHW

    By Mark Glover

    The Sacramento Bee

    March 25, 2011

    Workers at Woodland Nursing & Rehabilitation and the Cottonwood Healthcare Center nursing home in Woodland have voted overwhelmingly to leave the Service Employees International Union and join the National Union of Healthcare Workers.

    Wednesday’s vote at Cottonwood was 54-1, and Thursday’s vote at Woodland Nursing was 40-4, according to NUHW.

    Read the full story at The Sacramento Bee.

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