The union representing some 12 thousand Twin Cities nurses is offering to resume talks next week with 14 hospitals and is pledging not to give a strike notice as long as talks are productive.
If hospitals agree, talks would resume a day after nurses vote for second strike
Nurses will vote Monday on open-ended strike
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The union representing Twin Cities nurses is willing to resume talks with a one-day strike deadline just days away but talks are not likely.
They’ll try again today to reach agreement in the contract dispute between 14 Twin Cities hospitals and 12,000 nurses.
No progress was reported in Wednesday’s talks between 12,000 nurses and 14 Twin Cities hospitals.
Talks are resuming today between 14 Twin Cities hospitals and 12,000 registered nurses.