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Federal shutdown foils Bellevue nurses trying to set unionization vote

On Friday afternoon, Registered Nurses from Bellevue Woman’s Center, (a service of Ellis Medicine) enter the Leo O'Brien Federal Building in Albany to ask the federal government to conduct a union representation election.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
On Friday afternoon, Registered Nurses from Bellevue Woman’s Center, (a service of Ellis Medicine) enter the Leo O'Brien Federal Building in Albany to ask the federal government to conduct a union representation election.
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Bellevue Woman’s Center nurses are ready to meet with management at Ellis Medicine again after an attempt to schedule a vote on unionizing proved fruitless. On Friday, a group of nurses stopped by the Albany office of the National Labor Relations Board, where normally they could request and schedule a secret ballot election, only to find the office closed due to the government shutdown. The nurses wish to unionize, and were told by Ellis CEO ...


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