The Day wants to speak with nursing home employees and families affected by strike
Workers at 26 nursing homes in Connecticut are preparing to strike Friday.
The only nursing home in New London County that may be involved is Harrington Court in Colchester, but The Day is interested in speaking with people in southeastern Connecticut who have a connection to any of the affected facilities.
Are you one of the employees slated to strike on Friday? Do you have a loved one in an affected nursing home?
If you're interested in speaking with a reporter, please fill out the form below or email Day Staff Writer Erica Moser at email@example.com.
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