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Hawaii nurses picket for safer staffing ratios

Hundreds of unionized nurses held signs in front of three hospitals across Oahu Tuesday morning as they called for safer staffing levels. The informational picket was held simultaneously in front of The Queen’s Medical Center on Punchbowl Street, at The Queen’s Medical Center — West Oahu campus, and at Kapi‘iolani Medical Center for Women and Children to demonstrate unity as negotiations for new contracts continue.

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Nurses held an informational picket at the Queen’s Medical Center along Punchbowl Street on Tuesday.
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Nurses held an informational picket at the Queen’s Medical Center along Punchbowl Street on Tuesday.
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Nurses held an informational picket at the Queen’s Medical Center along Punchbowl Street on Tuesday.
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Nurses held an informational picket at the Queen’s Medical Center along Punchbowl Street on Tuesday.
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Nurses held an informational picket at the Queen’s Medical Center along Punchbowl Street on Tuesday.
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Nurses held an informational picket at the Queen’s Medical Center along Punchbowl Street on Tuesday.
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Nurses held an informational picket at the Queen’s Medical Center along Punchbowl Street on Tuesday.
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Nurses held an informational picket at the Queen’s Medical Center along Punchbowl Street on Tuesday.

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