SPOTLIGHT: Religious leaders challenge parties in Appalachian nurse strike

Religious leaders challenge parties in Appalachian nurse strike
A strike by nurses at an Appalachian health system has dragged on since the beginning of October. Now, it's beginning to affect the community, and it's high time that the parties stop arguing and cut a deal, suggested a group of religious leaders. The leaders, who represent several different religious groups, are calling on Appalachian Regional Healthcare to hire back 150 replaced nurses. Article

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