Stop Gun Violence

NNU Statement on Houston School Shooting ‘When Will the Excuses Stop? Time for Action’

In response to yet the latest school shooting nightmare at a high school near Houston, National Nurses United (NNU) today called for lawmakers in Congress and every state legislature to finally act to protect public safety.

National Nurses United
May 18, 2018
Nurses For Newsom

Nurses Fight For S.B. 562 And Remind Us Why California Needs Gavin Newsom

Gavin shares nurses' values, including the fight for a single-payer healthcare system, where all Californians are guaranteed healthcare, regardless of ability to pay.

Pattie Lockard, Nurse Talk Radio
May 17, 2018
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Nurses Condemn VA MISSION Act, Urge No Vote on Legislation ‘Endangering Healthcare for Millions of Veterans’

The 150,000 nurses of National Nurses United—including 11,000 in the Dept.

National Nurses United
May 16, 2018

• Veterans Affairs

Nationwide

City of Hope RNs

RNs at City of Hope in Duarte, California Vote Overwhelmingly to Ratify New Contract with Strong Patient Care Gains

Registered nurses who work at the City of Hope National Medical Center in Duarte, Ca. near Los Angeles voted by a wide margin to ratify a new three-year contract Tuesday that they say will strengthen their ability to protect patients, and improve the hospital’s recruitment and retention of experienced RNs.

California Nurses Association
May 15, 2018
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DCNA nurses fight for full funding of school nurses

Diabetes. Severe allergies and risk of anaphylactic shock. Rare diseases. Gone are the days when school nurses handed out Tylenol and Band-Aids. Today’s school nurses monitor and care for kids with a wide range of serious medical conditions. And you can’t learn when you are ill.

District of Columbia Nurses Association
May 15, 2018