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Effort to privatize state hospitals begged many questions

By Dayton M. Nakanelua

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 29, 2013

~~<p>The United Public Workers consists of approximately 14,000 members who provide core services throughout our state.</p>
<p>UPW members are the men and women who operate our kids' school cafeterias, collect the garbage from our homes, keep our wastewater treatment facilities running and provide care and maintenance at public health facilities, among dozens of other services.</p>
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The United Public Workers consists of approximately 14,000 members who provide core services throughout our state.

UPW members are the men and women who operate our kids' school cafeterias, collect the garbage from our homes, keep our wastewater treatment facilities running and provide care and maintenance at public health facilities, among dozens of other services. Login for more...



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