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Nurses Overwhelmingly Approve Contract at Antelope Valley Hospital in Lancaster, CA

Nurses Overwhelmingly Approve Contract at Antelope Valley Hospital in Lancaster, CA

Registered nurses voted overwhelmingly to approve a new contract this week covering nearly 1,000 nurses at Antelope Valley Hospital in Lancaster, Ca., announced the California Nurses Association. —California Nurses Association, 12/09/16 More »

RNs at Florida Medical Center and Palmetto Gen. Hospital Reach Tentative Agreements on New Contracts

RNs at Florida Medical Center and Palmetto Gen. Hospital Reach Tentative Agreements on New Contracts

Registered Nurses at two South Florida hospitals, Florida Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale and Palmetto General Hospital in Hialeah, have reached tentative agreements on new contracts ensuring vital patient care and nursing practice protections. —National Nurses Organizing Committee - Florida, 12/07/16 More »

Nurses Join Rep. Pelosi, Senators Schumer and Sanders for “Hands Off Medicare” Press Conf

Nurses Join Rep. Pelosi, Senators Schumer and Sanders for “Hands Off Medicare” Press Conf

Registered nurses will join House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Bernie Sanders, Sen. Chuck Schumer, and Rep. Jan Schakowsky, along with seniors and activists for a press conference on Wednesday, Dec. 7, announcing the delivery of more than one million petition signatures demanding that President Elect Donald Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan, and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell keep their hands off the American people’s earned Medicare benefits. —National Nurses United, 12/06/16 More »

Nurses: Tragic Fire Highlights Need for Real Action in Oakland on Affordable Housing Crisis

Nurses: Tragic Fire Highlights Need for Real Action in Oakland on Affordable Housing Crisis

The horrid loss of life in the Oakland warehouse fire Saturday night should be a call for first grieving followed by action on the broader problem plaguing Oakland and similar Bay Area communities – inadequate affordable housing, said the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United today. —California Nurses Association, 12/05/16 More »

Nurses Reach Tentative Agreement at Antelope Valley Hospital

Nurses Reach Tentative Agreement at Antelope Valley Hospital

Registered nurses and hospital administrators have reached a significant tentative agreement on a new contract covering nearly 1,000 nurses at Antelope Valley Hospital in Lancaster, Ca., announced the California Nurses Association. —California Nurses Association, 12/05/16 More »

Nurses Hail Federal Move to Halt Dakota Pipeline, Praise Unity of First Nations, Veterans, Activists

Nurses Hail Federal Move to Halt Dakota Pipeline, Praise Unity of First Nations, Veterans, Activists

National Nurses United Sunday congratulated leaders of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and thousands of supporters, including 2,000 veterans assembled over the weekend, for the news that the federal government will deny authorization for the Dakota Access Pipeline to go through tribal lands posing a threat to water sources and sacred sites. —National Nurses United, 12/04/16 More »

Nurses Donate $50,000 to Aid Veterans Stand with Standing Rock

Nurses Donate $50,000 to Aid Veterans Stand with Standing Rock

National Nurses United today announced that it is donating $50,000 to support U.S. service veterans who are assembling this weekend as peaceful, unarmed defenders for the water protectors at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota who are enduring military style police assaults for opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) project. —National Nurses United, 12/02/16 More »

Nurses Condemn Attacks on Rep. Keith Ellison

Nurses Condemn Attacks on Rep. Keith Ellison

National Nurses United today re-affirmed its strong support for Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota to be the next chair of the Democratic National Committee and condemned the latest round vitriolic attacks on Ellison as “symbolic of McCarthy era politics that should have no place in American politics.” —National Nurses United, 12/02/16 More »

Nurses Host Film Screening Event to Support Clear Skies Ordinance

Nurses Host Film Screening Event to Support Clear Skies Ordinance

The Maine State Nurses Association/National Nurses United will hold an event Dec. 7, featuring the film This Changes Everything, to raise funds for the City of Portland's Clear Skies Ordinance Defense Fund. —Maine State Nurses Association, 11/30/16 More »

Nurses Vote to Authorize Unfair Labor Practice Strike at Antelope Valley Hospital in Lancaster

Nurses Vote to Authorize Unfair Labor Practice Strike at Antelope Valley Hospital in Lancaster

Nurses voted overwhelmingly to authorize an Unfair Labor Practice strike at Antelope Valley Hospital (AVH) to protest unfair labor practices and chronic short staffing announced the California Nurses Association. —California Nurses Association, 11/30/16 More »

Nurses, Healthcare Activists Plan Rally for Our Future in Cleveland Heights, Ohio

Nurses, Healthcare Activists Plan Rally for Our Future in Cleveland Heights, Ohio

Members of NNOC-Ohio/National Nurses United, Single Payer Action Network (SPAN) and Demand Universal Healthcare (DUH), are holding a community gathering and rally Thursday, to express their support for a singlepayer healthcare system in the U.S. and to reject House Speaker Paul Ryan's threats to privatize Medicare. —National Nurses United, 11/17/16 More »

International Nurses’ Statement on Victory Against the Trans-Pacific Partnership

International Nurses’ Statement on Victory Against the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Nurses around the world are encouraged by the victory in the U.S. against the Trans-Pacific Partnership, and pledge to remain vigilant against attempts to revive it next year. —Global Nurses United, 11/17/16 More »

First Broad Post-Election Rally – Thursday, DC

First Broad Post-Election Rally – Thursday, DC

Sen. Bernie Sanders will join with a broad array of labor, environmental, healthcare, consumer and other advocacy groups in Washington DC Thursday, November 17, to promote a people’s agenda and a common commitment to stepping up grassroots mobilizations for economic and social justice and equality as the incoming Trump administration takes office. —National Nurses United, 11/15/16 More »

First Post-Election Broad Action Coming to DC

First Post-Election Broad Action Coming to DC

A major gathering of labor, environmental, healthcare, consumer and other advocacy groups will rally in Washington November 17 to demand Congress reject the fatally flawed Trans-Pacific Partnership pact whether it is revived in any form in either the lame duck session or the next administration. —National Nurses United, 11/11/16 More »

Nurses to President-Elect Trump: Time to Heal America

Nurses to President-Elect Trump: Time to Heal America

National Nurses United today called on President-Elect Donald Trump to follow up on his calls for national unity by reassuring immigrant families that they do not have to fear deportation, and renouncing some who have used the election outcome as a pretext to threaten minorities or promote hate crimes. —National Nurses United, 11/10/16 More »

Clean Sweep – Kindred Hospital, Baldwin Park Workers Join RNs in Voting for Caregivers Union

Clean Sweep – Kindred Hospital, Baldwin Park Workers Join RNs in Voting for Caregivers Union

Hospital workers at Kindred Hospital-Baldwin Park Wednesday night voted by 91 percent to unionize with the Caregivers and Healthcare Employees Union (CHEU), an affiliate of the California Nurses Association. —Caregivers and Healthcare Employees Union, 11/10/16 More »

Yes on Proposition 61 Campaign Thanks Californians for Valiant Effort in Fight for Lower Drug Prices

Yes on Proposition 61 Campaign Thanks Californians for Valiant Effort in Fight for Lower Drug Prices

SACRAMENTO, CA – Yes on Prop 61/Californians for Lower Drug Prices today thanked their key supporters and California voters for their valiant efforts to bring the battle for lower drug prices to Big Pharma’s doorstep. —California Nurses Association, 11/09/16 More »

Broad Action to Rally, Press Congress November 17 To Reject the Trans Pacific Partnership

Broad Action to Rally, Press Congress November 17 To Reject the Trans Pacific Partnership

In the wake of a national election that activists say demonstrates the ever-greater urgency of grassroots mobilization, a major amalgamation of labor, environmental, healthcare, consumer and other advocacy groups will rally in Washington November 17 to demand the lame duck Congress reject the fatally flawed Trans-Pacific Partnership pact. More »

Registered Nurse Response Network Sends Nurse Volunteers on Second Deployment to Standing Rock

Registered Nurse Response Network Sends Nurse Volunteers on Second Deployment to Standing Rock

National Nurses United (NNU)’s Registered Nurse Response Network (RNRN), a national network of volunteer nurses, will deploy a second team of RN volunteers to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation—to help with existing medical and first aid support for land and water protectors—NNU announced today. —RN Response Network, 11/07/16 More »

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders Returns to California to Campaign for Prop 61

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders Returns to California to Campaign for Prop 61

Yes on Prop 61/Californians for Lower Drug Prices announced today that U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, in partnership with the California Nurses Association, will speak at two public rallies in California on Monday, November 7. Sanders will appear in downtown Los Angeles in Pershing Square at 10:30AM and at a second rally in Sacramento at the California State Capitol that afternoon at 1:00PM. 
 —California Nurses Association, 11/07/16 More »

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