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Nurses Pretend to Die During Ebola Protest in Las Vegas

Nurses Pretend to Die During Ebola Protest in Las Vegas

Dressed in hazmat costumes and red shirts, roughly 1,000 nurses gathered on the Las Vegas strip to call attention to the United States' level of preparedness in fighting a potential Ebola crisis at home. —Brittany Levine, Mashable, 09/29/14 More »

IMAGES: Nurses stage Ebola ‘die-in’ on Las Vegas Strip

IMAGES: Nurses stage Ebola ‘die-in’ on Las Vegas Strip

Nurses protest along Las Vegas Boulevard Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2014, in Las Vegas. Nurses in town for the California Nurses Association and National Nurses Organizing Committee convention protested on the Strip because they say U.S. hospitals aren't ready for an Ebola outbreak. —John Locher, Associated Press, 09/29/14 More »

PHOTOS: Nurses Rally Together To Highlight Need For World Care

PHOTOS: Nurses Rally Together To Highlight Need For World Care

Registered nurses with the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee marched together and rallied at Planet Hollywood casino-hotel in Las Vegas on Wednesday. Health workers and nurses participated in the action on the Strip to highlight the need for more support to combat infectious diseases around the world such as the Ebola outbreak. —Rik Verduzco, Las Vegas Review-Journal, 09/29/14 More »

Barbara Lee Was Right in 2001. She’s Still Right Now.

Barbara Lee Was Right in 2001. She’s Still Right Now.

It has been thirteen years since Congresswoman Barbara Lee cast her lonely vote against authorizing President Bush to launch what she warned could be an ill-defined and endless war. Days after she cast that vote, the California Democrat appeared before hundreds of students at Mills College in Oakland and was greeted for the first time by the chant, “Barbara Lee speaks for me.” —John Nichols, The Nation, 09/29/14 More »

Nurses stage Ebola ‘die-in’ on Las Vegas Strip

Nurses stage Ebola ‘die-in’ on Las Vegas Strip

U.S. hospitals aren't ready for an Ebola outbreak, according to nurses who staged a "die-in" Wednesday outside a Las Vegas Strip resort where they were holding a union convention. —Kimberly Pierceall, Associated Press via the Las Vegas Sun, 09/24/14 More »

Nation Recognizes Nuclear Test Downwinders

Nation Recognizes Nuclear Test Downwinders

Today (Jan. 27) is the first annual National Downwinders Day. Downwinders are the folks in western states who were affected by radiation exposure from nuclear test sites in Nevada. Last year the U-S Senate voted unanimously to honor downwinders with a special day of recognition. —KPBS, 01/27/12 More »

Las Vegas nurses take to the streets to fight for patient safety

Registered nurses from MountainView Hospital took to the streets Thursday morning to voice their concerns about patient safety.

 —Fox 5 News, 07/21/11 More »