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Topic - Charles Idelson
"Strikes are a last resort, but nurses will only strike if they want to make sure that patients have safe care every day," said Charles Idelson, a spokesman for the association.
The strike at 33 not-for-profit hospitals run by Kaiser Permanente and Sutter Health and at the independent Children's Hospital Oakland began at 7 a.m., said Charles Idelson, a spokesman for the California Nurses Association, which organized the strike.