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Nurses Converge in Nevada To Canvass for Bernie Sanders

Nurses Converge in Nevada To Canvass for Bernie Sanders

This weekend, registered nurses from across the country will join Nevada nurses in Las Vegas to canvass for Bernie Sanders, National Nurses United (NNU) announced today. —National Nurses United, 01/14/16 More »

Mills-Peninsula Sutter RNs Ratify New Contract

Mills-Peninsula Sutter RNs Ratify New Contract

Registered nurses who work at Mills-Peninsula Health Services hospitals in San Mateo and Burlingame, Ca. voted by 92 percent Wednesday to approve a new contract becoming the latest Sutter RNs to win a new collective bargaining agreement with significant gains. —California Nurses Association, 01/14/16 More »

#BernieBus to Visit Las Vegas Nurses Thursday

#BernieBus to Visit Las Vegas Nurses Thursday

National Nurses United’s #BernieBus campaign tour continues in Las Vegas Thursday with two stops to visit registered nurses outside MountainView hospital, and other iconic locals around the city in the afternoon. More »

Nurses’ #BernieBus Continues Southern Nevada Push Stops at Private Prison, Labor Meeting Wednesday

Nurses’ #BernieBus Continues Southern Nevada Push Stops at Private Prison, Labor Meeting Wednesday

Continuing the latest push through Southern Nevada in support of the Presidential campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders, the National Nurses United #BernieBus Wednesday will make stops outside the Nevada Southern Detention Center in Pahrump before returning to visit a meeting of the Southern Nevada Central Labor Council in Henderson. —National Nurses United, 01/13/16 More »

Nurses’ Bring #BernieBus and Message of Sanders Campaign to AFL-CIO Raising Wages in Las Vegas

Nurses’ Bring #BernieBus and Message of Sanders Campaign to AFL-CIO Raising Wages in Las Vegas

National Nurses United today brought the message of their support for Sen. Bernie Sanders, along with the #BernieBus now traveling around Las Vegas, to the AFL-CIO Raising Wages Summit in Las Vegas. “At a time of stagnant wages for far too many, ongoing race and gender wage disparity, record income inequality, and an escalating attack on unions as a voice for working people symbolized by the anti-worker Friedrichs case, it is Bernie Sanders who has the most comprehensive program for lifting wages and income for all working people,” said NNU Executive Director RoseAnn DeMoro, an AFL-CIO Vice President. —National Nurses United, 01/12/16 More »

Nurses Urge Oregon AG to Investigate Proposed Merger of  Providence Health & Services and St. Joseph

Nurses Urge Oregon AG to Investigate Proposed Merger of Providence Health & Services and St. Joseph

The nation's largest nurses organization, National Nurses United (NNU), is calling on Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum to reject efforts by two large Catholic hospital systems to block public oversight into a merger that NNU warns could have a major impact on the cost, quality and availability of critical hospital services, NNU announced today. —National Nurses United, 01/11/16 More »

Nurses Blast Clinton Attack on Health Care for All

Nurses Blast Clinton Attack on Health Care for All

National Nurses United today condemned the latest attack by Hillary Clinton on Sen. Bernie Sanders’ proposal for healthcare for all, noting massive problems with cost and access to needed medical care remain for millions of Americans even with implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). —National Nurses United, 01/11/16 More »

Alvarado Hospital Medical Center Losing Experienced RNs to Other Area Hospitals

Alvarado Hospital Medical Center Losing Experienced RNs to Other Area Hospitals

Registered nurses at Alvarado Hospital Medical Center (AHMC) will speak out on how the loss of experienced registered nurses is impacting the quality of patient care at a press conference on Wednesday. The nurses are calling on hospital management to stanch the flow of RNs to the UC San Diego Medical Center and other area hospitals by improving working conditions at the hospital. —California Nurses Association, 01/11/16 More »

Nurses Cheer Grand Opening of Bernie Sanders’ Cleveland-Area Office

Nurses Cheer Grand Opening of Bernie Sanders’ Cleveland-Area Office

Nurses will join other Bernie supporters and volunteers at the grand opening of the Cleveland-area Bernie Sanders for President Campaign office this Saturday. This is the first presidential race office to open in Ohio. The new campaign office is not affiliated with the official Bernie Sanders for President campaign and will be staffed and funded entirely by Bernie's Cleveland-area volunteers and supporters. —National Nurses United, 01/08/16 More »

New Las Vegas Stops Today on the Nurses’ #BernieBus Express – Farmers Market, Fremont

New Las Vegas Stops Today on the Nurses’ #BernieBus Express – Farmers Market, Fremont

Following a day of big turnouts Thursday by Las Vegas area registered nurses, a number of whom registered to vote and signed up to participate in the February 20 Nevada caucuses, the National Nurses United #BernieBus campaign bus tour rolls on today visiting a farmer’s market and the Fremont Street experience. —National Nurses United, 01/08/16 More »

Nurses to Join Protest Monday Outside the Supreme Court

Nurses to Join Protest Monday Outside the Supreme Court

Nurses from Washington to California will gather on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court Monday morning to warn that a controversial case targeting worker and union rights poses a significant threat to public health, safety and quality of life, warned National Nurses United, the largest U.S. organization of nurses. —National Nurses United, 01/08/16 More »

Sutter Santa Rosa, Lakeside RNs Approve New Pacts

Sutter Santa Rosa, Lakeside RNs Approve New Pacts

Sutter Santa Rosa and Sutter Lakeside registered nurses have voted to approve new collective bargaining contracts joining their Sutter colleagues in Auburn, Roseville, and Tracy in new union contracts that will provide significant economic gains and protect nurses and patient standards. —California Nurses Association, 01/06/16 More »

Nurses Launch National #BernieBus Tour in Nevada

Nurses Launch National #BernieBus Tour in Nevada

‘The Most Trusted Profession Trusts Bernie’. If voters in the early primary states have not yet seen that message now posted on select billboards in states like Nevada and Iowa, they’ll soon be able to see it rolling by on wheels. —National Nurses United, 01/06/16 More »

Nurses to Send Off the #BernieBus from Los Angeles

Nurses to Send Off the #BernieBus from Los Angeles

‘The Most Trusted Profession Trusts Bernie’. If voters in the early primary states have not yet seen that message now posted on select billboards in states like Nevada and Iowa, they’ll soon be able to see it rolling by on wheels. The bus will bring nurses to meet with community groups, students, and other supporters and voters. —National Nurses United, 01/05/16 More »

Sutter Roseville, Tracy RNs Approve New Pacts

Sutter Roseville, Tracy RNs Approve New Pacts

Registered nurses at two more Sutter hospitals, Sutter Roseville Medical Center and Sutter Tracy Tuesday voted to approve new collective bargaining agreements with the big Northern California hospital chain that provide for economic gains, and for Tracy RNs, their first ever union contract. —California Nurses Association, 12/23/15 More »

Holiday Cheer in Auburn RNs at Sutter Auburn Faith Approve New Pact

Holiday Cheer in Auburn RNs at Sutter Auburn Faith Approve New Pact

Registered nurses at Sutter Auburn Faith voted by 96% Monday to approve a new four year contract agreement that will provide substantial economic gains while rebuffing hospital demands for cuts in health coverage, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United announced today. RNs at Sutter Roseville and Sutter Tracy are voting on new contract proposals today. The pacts cover 1,000 RNs at Sutter Roseville, 340 RNs at Sutter Auburn Faith and some 200 RNs at Sutter Tracy, who are among 7,000 RNs represented by CNA at Sutter hospitals. Tracy RNs are voting on their first ever collective bargaining contract. —California Nurses Association, 12/22/15 More »

The Most Trusted Profession – Nurses Once Again Top Poll

The Most Trusted Profession – Nurses Once Again Top Poll

“With an 85 percent honesty and ethics rating – tying their high point – nurses have no serious competition atop Gallup ranking this year.” That’s the conclusion of the Gallup’s annual ranking of how Americans view 21 major professions – the 16th time in the 17 years, and 14 years in a row, that Gallup has surveyed public opinion on what profession is most trusted. —National Nurses United, 12/21/15 More »

Nurses Blast DNC Attack on Sanders Campaign Warn of Long-Term Consequences for Next November

Nurses Blast DNC Attack on Sanders Campaign Warn of Long-Term Consequences for Next November

National Nurses United today condemned what it called “the latest blatant effort by the Democratic National Committee to rig the primary process” in its decision to bar the campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders access to a critical master list of Democratic voters. —National Nurses United, 12/18/15 More »

Breakthrough at Sutter – Tentative Pact for RNs at Sutter Roseville, Auburn Faith, Tracy Hospitals

Breakthrough at Sutter – Tentative Pact for RNs at Sutter Roseville, Auburn Faith, Tracy Hospitals

Registered nurses have settled long contract disputes with tentative contract agreements at three Northern California Sutter Health hospitals in Auburn, Roseville, and Tracy, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United announced today that included major economic improvements for the nurses, withdrawal of concession demands, and the first ever contract for Sutter Tracy RNs. The pacts cover 1,000 RNs at Sutter Roseville, 240 RNs at Sutter Auburn Faith and some 200 RNs at Sutter Tracy, who are among 7,000 RNs represented by CNA at Sutter hospitals throughout Northern and Central California. Nurses will hold membership meetings Monday and Tuesday next week to vote on the accords. —California Nurses Association, 12/17/15 More »

Nurses Report EMMC Continues to Delay Staffing and Safety Improvements

Nurses Report EMMC Continues to Delay Staffing and Safety Improvements

Nurses at Eastern Maine Medical Center will deliver a petition to Eastern Maine Healthcare Systems on Thursday demanding that they take immediate steps to bring their corporate subsidiary, EMMC, into compliance with the safe staffing agreements made with registered nurses five months ago. —National Nurses Organizing Committee - MSNA, 12/17/15 More »

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