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RNs at Johns Hopkins Tell Management to Stop Its Anti-Union Campaign!

Nurses visit VP of Nursing and drop a demand letter

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Thursday, April 18, at Johns Hopkins Hospital, a group of nurses walked into Deborah Baker’s office to deliver a letter that over 100 JHH nurses collaborated to write. The letter asked management to end its anti-union campaign. It is our federally protected right to collectively organize to form a union, and the hospital has made many attempts to silence or interrupt our organizing process.

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