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Nurses: Court Decision to Consider Attack on Public Unions Poses threat to Public Health and Safety

Nurses: Court Decision to Consider Attack on Public Unions Poses threat to Public Health and Safety

Today’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to grant review of a case challenging the survival of public sector unions poses a significant threat to public health and safety and quality of life, warned National Nurses United, the largest U.S. organization of nurses. —National Nurses United, 06/30/15 More »

The ACA Survives for Now, But We Still Don’t Have Real Healthcare Reform

The ACA Survives for Now, But We Still Don’t Have Real Healthcare Reform

Perhaps the best window to the top winners in the Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act could be seen 200 miles up the road, on Wall Street. —National Nurses United, 06/29/15 More »

Bernie Sanders: Obamacare not enough

Bernie Sanders: Obamacare not enough

Bernie Sanders isn't satisfied with the Supreme Court's affirmation last week of President Barack Obama's health care law. Instead, the Democratic presidential hopeful said on Sunday he wants the United States to adopt a "Medicare-for-all" single-payer health care plan. —Eric Bradner / CNN, 06/28/15 More »

After Long Fight, Cook County RNs Win New Tentative Pact  with Staffing, Economic Improvements

After Long Fight, Cook County RNs Win New Tentative Pact with Staffing, Economic Improvements

More than 1,200 registered nurses who work at Cook County hospitals and clinics have, after many months of effort, won a tentative new collective bargaining agreement with county officials that they say addresses many patient care concerns and provides needed economic improvements. —National Nurses Organizing Committee - Illinois, 06/26/15 More »

OSHA cracks down on healthcare employers

OSHA cracks down on healthcare employers

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced Thursday that it would crack down on hospitals and nursing homes for workplace hazards that aren't protected by formal rules. Experts say politics have complicated efforts to formalize workplace regulations. —Adam Rubenfire / Modern Healthcare, 06/26/15 More »

MNA Nurses OK Strike at Leominster Hospital

MNA Nurses OK Strike at Leominster Hospital

The registered nurses of Leominster Hospital, who are represented by the Massachusetts Nurses Association and who have been working to negotiate a new contract with UMass Memorial Health Care for more than a year, cast an overwhelming vote tonight in favor of authorizing a one-day strike in protest to management’s refusal to improve its RN staffing levels inside of the hospital. —Massachusetts Nurses Association , 06/25/15 More »

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