Temple University Hospital Chief Executive said in an interview yesterday that a mediator-proposed agreement had been sent to, and summarily rejected by, the Pennsylvania Association of Staff Nurses and Allied Professionals (PASNAP). According to the CEO, Temple would have accepted the terms if the union had. The union, representing about 1,500 employees said no mediator-proposal had been made, only a Temple proposal sent through a mediator. The hospital has agreed to remove an anti-disparagement clause, change weekend differential pay, and have the nurse and allied professional contracts end at the same time. However, management did not raise wages, or change the proposed three-tier health care plan. The union is seeking at least a 3% wage raise proposal. Nurses began striking March 31st, having worked under the terms of an old contract since September. No new talks have been scheduled.