A woman in San Diego holds a placard, as a coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions representing 75,000 healthcare workers start a three day strike over a new contract. CNN —

On Wednesday, more than 75,000 unionized employees of Kaiser Permanente, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit health providers, walked off the job , marking the largest health care worker strike in US history.

The striking employees, who work across California, Colorado, Washington, Virginia, Oregon and Washington, DC, are represented by a coalition of unions that comprise 40% of Kaiser Permanente’s total staff. The vast majority of the striking workers are in […]

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