Robert Wood Johnson Hospital nurses union approves new contract

The strike by nurses at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital in New Brunswick is reportedly over Monday.

The nurses union say the nurses went on strike August 24 because they were unable with their new contract. The sticking point in negotiations among the union and hospital officials was healthcare benefits and the amount of deductible nurses pay.

The nurses union approved a new contract settlement Sunday night. Some of the nurses will reportedly return to work September 21 at 7 a.m. All of the nurses will be back at the hospital by September 26.

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