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Kaiser's Mental Health Workers Threaten to Strike

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Mental health workers at Kaiser are threatening to strike again. (Lisa Aliferis/KQED)

Mental health clinicians at Kaiser Permanente are threatening to go on strike again. Their union says there's been no progress in contract negotiations since they hit the picket line in November.


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