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Two CNA/NNU Backed Patient Protection Bills Advance

Two CNA/NNU Backed Patient Protection Bills Advance

Two major bills sponsored by the California Nurses Association/National Nurses United to strengthen patient safety protections are moving ahead in the hurried final days of the California legislative session. —National Nurses United, 08/24/16 More »

Nurses Blast Late Session Bill to Overturn RN Standards As ALEC-Style Threat to Patient Protections

Nurses Blast Late Session Bill to Overturn RN Standards As ALEC-Style Threat to Patient Protections

The California Nurses Association today condemned a last minute legislative maneuver to erode decades of nursing oversight of the public board that governs professional nursing practice, including critical regulations that protect patients in California. —California Nurses Association, 08/23/16 More »

RNs at Hollister’s Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital Move Forward with One-day Strike on August 24

RNs at Hollister’s Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital Move Forward with One-day Strike on August 24

Registered Nurses at Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital in Hollister, Ca. will move forward with their plan to hold a one-day strike on Wednesday, August 24, the California Nurses Association announced today. —National Nurses United, 08/22/16 More »

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Nurses strike against Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital

Nurses strike against Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital

Registered nurses begin one-day strike at Hazel Hawkins Memorial Hospital, claim patient safety at risk because of understaffing and long hours without breaks. —John Chadwell, reporting for BenitoLink, 08/24/16 More »

Tentative agreement halts Watsonville Community Hospital nurses strike

Tentative agreement halts Watsonville Community Hospital nurses strike

After a long dispute with the hospital, nurses were able to address staffing concerns, “achieve economic improvements” and obtain protection of their health coverage, according to a statement released by the California Nurses Association. —Ryan Masters, Santa Cruz Sentinel, 06/22/16 More »

After fight over firings, Huntington Hospital settles with nurses

After fight over firings, Huntington Hospital settles with nurses

Huntington Memorial Hospital and the California Nurses Association have reached a settlement agreement to rescind the termination of two critical care nurses who were fired, allegedly for trying to unionize the hospital’s nursing staff. —By Kevin Smith, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, 06/03/16 More »

Nurses Seek Democratic Showdown

Nurses Seek Democratic Showdown

The 185,000-strong National Nurses United is the scrubs-wearing symbol of a split in the Democratic Party that threatens to inflict damage at the presidential nominating convention in Philadelphia. —Peter Nicholas, The Wall Street Journal, 05/31/16 More »

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RNRN Disaster Watch: Wildfire Season

RNRN Disaster Watch: Wildfire Season

RNRN has been closely monitoring the devastating wild fires across California and the west. In the current fire season, we have already witnessed fires across the state that have scorched almost 100,000 acres and drawn more than 5,000 firefighters to the effort. —National Nurses United, 06/28/16 More »

Building the Political and Social Movement at the People’s Summit in Chicago

Building the Political and Social Movement at the People’s Summit in Chicago

In three momentous days June 17-19, 3,000 activists gathered in a People’s Summit in Chicago to embrace a continuing resolution to building a broad, bigger progressive movement to transform the nation and the planet. —RoseAnn DeMoro writing for The Huffington Post, 06/23/16 More »

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