Nurse Katy Roth and her husband, Rod, a union member with Labor Local 292, walk hand in hand as they and other nurses with UFCW 21 picket at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett on Wednesday. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Nurse Katy Roth and her husband, Rod, a union member with Labor Local 292, walk hand in hand as they and other nurses with UFCW 21 picket at Providence Regional Medical Center Everett on Wednesday. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Providence nurse: Staffing so bad, no time for the bathroom

Health-care provider contracts have expired, or will soon. They took to the picket line on Wednesday.

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