Union workers at Connecticut nursing homes represented by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) are alleged to have vandalized and sabotaged assisted living facilities in Connecticut — including those that care for Alzheimer’s patients — during a mass walkout earlier this month.
The allegations point to activities by the union which place the life and safety of patients or residents in jeopardy in assisted living facilities in Connecticut. The article mentions that the governor, attorney general and a senator in Connecticut (all democrats) are supporting SEIU negotiations.
Top Democrats in Connecticut such as Sen. Richard Blumenthal, Gov. Dannel Malloy and Attorney General George Jepsen are supporting the union in the labor negotiations and, according to HealthBridge, Jepsen originally rejected their request for an investigation. Jepsen, according to FoxNews.com, has since recused himself from any future investigations on this matter.
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