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NNU today strongly endorsed efforts by President Biden, the Congressional Progressive Caucus, and the vast majority of the House and Senate Democratic caucuses to pass the reconciliation and infrastructure legislation in tandem.
RNs demand that the medical center step up its efforts to recruit and retain registered nurses.
NNU is calling on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to investigate exploitative employment contracts common in the hospital industry that impose harsh burdens on new registered nurse graduates.
Nurses say despite repeated appeals, the hospital is failing to provide much needed resources and staff, which jeopardizes patient care.
When the ballots were counted today, a total of 121 RNs voted to join CNA, with just 8 votes for "no union."
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