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Protest Against Sutter Eviction of Vulnerable Patients More »

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Watch: Nurses take the fight for SB 562 to the Capitol More »

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Sanders Joins Condemnation of Action to Block SB 562 More »

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SB 562 Would Cut State Healthcare Costs by 18% More »

California Nurses Association Press Releases

Statewide Canvasses Launched for SB 562 and Medicare-for-All Beginning August 19

Statewide Canvasses Launched for SB 562 and Medicare-for-All Beginning August 19

The California Nurses Association, Healthy California campaign, Our Revolution and #KnockEveryDoor are launching coordinated canvasses of assembly districts across the state beginning this Saturday, August 19th, to engage community members with the campaign for SB 562, legislation to win guaranteed healthcare for all California residents. —California Nurses Association, 08/18/17 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 »

RNs, Caregivers Urge New Direction at Palomar Health

RNs, Caregivers Urge New Direction at Palomar Health

After a poll of 1,300 hospital employees, who by 97 percent expressed no confidence” in Chief Executive Officer Bob Hemker, Registered Nurses and caregivers at Palomar Health are calling on the Palomar Health Board of Directors for an immediate change in direction at the San Diego County health district. —California Nurses Association, 08/10/17 More »

California Nurses Association News

The barrier to single payer isn’t cost, it’s politics

The barrier to single payer isn’t cost, it’s politics

With Covered California announcing this week that health insurance premiums will jump an average of 12.5 percent next year, and possibly far more depending on actions in Washington, it’s worth repeating that a real cure for Californians, Senate Bill 562, is still achievable this year. —Deborah Burger, Special to The Bee, 08/03/17 More »

California Health Care Fight May Show Democratic Party Future

California Health Care Fight May Show Democratic Party Future

Democrats gear up for the 2018 election, they confront big challenges: Polls in the last election showed a general electorate that deeply distrusted the party’s leaders, while new surveys show the Democratic base has lost faith in government — and now many swing voters believe Democrats aim to help the wealthy. —Lydia O’Neal And David Sirota, International Business Times, 07/12/17 More »

Pollin: Why Single Payer, Now, Is For Real

Pollin: Why Single Payer, Now, Is For Real

IS A SINGLE-PAYER health care system workable in California? My short answer is “yes.” I reached that conclusion by writing a research study, along with co-authors James Heintz, Peter Arno, and Jeannette Wicks-Lim, of the Healthy California single payer bill. —Robert Pollin, Writing for The Intercept, 07/12/17 More »

California Nurses Association Blog

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 »

18,000 Kaiser Nurses Begin Bargaining by Joining Forces With Patients Across California

18,000 Kaiser Nurses Begin Bargaining by Joining Forces With Patients Across California

From the first cry of a newborn child, to the last breath of a dying patient, there’s a constant foundation on which Kaiser patients can always rely: Kaiser nurses. Nurses are the hand-holding, life-saving thread woven throughout their patients' entire healthcare experience. —California Nurses Association, 08/01/17 More »

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