Albert Lea, MN (Learfield Wire Services/TTWN Media Networks) -- Service workers at Mayo Clinic Albert Lea have voted to authorize a one-day strike if, they say, Mayo "continues to refuse to bargain in good faith."

The group, made up of members of S-E-I-U Healthcare Minnesota, includes 79 workers employed as certified nursing assistants, housekeepers, and those tasked with sterile processing in utilities and materials management. A release states that over 92 percent of those voting approved the strike authorization.

It stated a strike could be called at any point going forward with a 10-day notice provided. For now, no strike date has been scheduled.

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