All elected board members and candidates for the three open board seats oppose Measure M, which is an unprecedented effort by a hospital union to lash out at top officials who imposed a contract on them last year.
Ironically, Measure M remains on the ballot even after the SEIU and the nurses' union have signed new, generous contracts that include a fully-paid health care benefit option. We believe it would be appropriate for union officials to disavow this misguided effort and urge voters to turn it down.
The Voice urges everyone to vote "no" on Measure M on Nov. 6.
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