Salem hospital nurses vote on union, but legal wrangling keeps ballots sealed

Jaime Marine, NJ.com, September 4, 2010 Mannington Township - Registered nurses working at The Memorial Hospital of Salem County here have voted in the union election, but the ballots will not be counted until the National Labor Relations Board can hear an appeal filed by the hospital and CHS, the hospital’s parent corporation. “Nurses won their right to vote even after significant obstacles were placed in their path by the hospital,” said Ann Twomey, president of the 12,000-member Health Professionals and Allied Employees. ... Salem