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Talks crumble on proposal regarding Minnesota nurses’ staffing levels

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ST. PAUL — Nurses and the Minnesota Hospital Association appeared to have stitched together a deal late last week on a proposal that originally would have required specific nurse staffing levels.

But on Monday, it was back to the operating room to work on a state legislative bill that would study the relationship between the number of nurses on a hospital staff and patient care.

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