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Nurses Condemn Charlottesville Violence

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Nurses: Bid to Repeal ACA Should Push for Real Reform

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Labor Board: Holy Cross Hospital Violated Nurse Rights

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RNs to to Press Senate Weds, Stop Bid to Kill ACA

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Nurses Welcome Court Ruling that Kansas RNs Have Rights To Critical Information

Nurses Welcome Court Ruling that Kansas RNs Have Rights To Critical Information

National Nurses United today welcomed key elements of a U.S. Circuit District Court decision that registered nurses in Kansas and their union have rights to information about punitive hospital investigations that could potentially lead to nurses losing their job, and perhaps their future livelihood for advocating for patients. —National Nurses United, 08/21/17 More »

Close to Home: Nurses will not stop pressuring Rendon to do his job

Close to Home: Nurses will not stop pressuring Rendon to do his job

With the defeat, for now, of the cruel U.S. Senate bill to roll back the Affordable Care Act, some are asking why the California Nurses Association continues to push for expanding health coverage, through a Medicare-for-all type state bill, SB 562. —Deborah Burger writing for the Press Democrat, 08/21/17 More »

Patient Support During Kaiser Negotiations Inspires Nurses

Patient Support During Kaiser Negotiations Inspires Nurses

Nurse Talk Radio visits with RN and Co-President of NNU, Deborah Burger about the current Kaiser negotiations. 18,000 Kaiser RN's are successfully reaching out to patients to let them know the nurses are fighting for them and it's making a difference. —Pattie Lockard, Nurse Talk Radio, 08/16/17 More »

Family Members, Community to Speak Out Against Sutter Health’s Eviction of Vulnerable Patients

Family Members, Community to Speak Out Against Sutter Health’s Eviction of Vulnerable Patients

San Franciscans for Healthcare, Housing, Jobs & Justice will hold a press conference on Tuesday August 15 in front of San Francisco City Hall to protest Sutter Health's proposed closure of sub-acute care and skilled nursing units at California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) - St. Luke's Campus and the ongoing eviction of those patients. —California Nurses Association, 08/14/17 More »

Nurses Condemn White Supremacy, Racism in Charlottesville Violence

Nurses Condemn White Supremacy, Racism in Charlottesville Violence

National Nurses United today condemned the violence in Charlottesville, VA today sparked by a white supremacist rally in the town that resulted in the death of at least one person and multiple injuries. —National Nurses United, 08/12/17 More »

We Still Have A Lot of Work To Do On Healthcare

We Still Have A Lot of Work To Do On Healthcare

With liberals across the land breathing a huge sigh of relief after the abrupt collapse of the Senate scheme to repeal and somewhat replace the Affordable Care Act, all is good again with healthcare in America. Right? —Jean Ross writing for Common Dreams, 08/10/17 More »

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