MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Thirty eight days after they went on strike, Allina nurses will once again take a vote Thursday.

Nurses will vote to accept or reject the latest contract offer, which was negotiated Tuesday morning. The deal came after a nearly 17-hour negotiating session at the Governor’s residence.

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Union leaders said they support the deal, which addresses health insurance changes, staffing and workplace safety.

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Nurses voted down another offer earlier this month.

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The strike at five Twin Cities hospitals started back on Labor Day.