CRH nurses: ‘We’re fighting to keep this hospital alive’

by Ruth Leubecker

With negotiations ended and issues unsettled, Calais Regional Hospital nurses are asking the community to turn out for a vigil to marshall support for their jobs.

“I negotiated their last contract in 2015, and with good results,” says Todd Ricker, Maine Nurses Association labor representative, “but since then, the administration has changed. My idea is the CEO decided to take an aggressive stance against the nurses.”

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