SPOTLIGHT: Nurses at Temple U fight 'gag clause' in contract

Union-management disputes are never pleasant, but this one has escalated a bit more than usual. A union representing nurses at Philadelphia's Temple University Hospital has taken its dispute to the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board, arguing that a clause in a proposed contract with the hospital was infringing on free speech rights. Nurses say the clause limits public criticism of Temple or its management. Article

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