Registered nurses at UChicago Medicine Ingalls in Harvey, Illinois, a south suburb of Chicago, have voted by a landslide to join National Nurses Organizing Committee/ National Nurses United (NNOC/NNU).
• Organizing Victories
The 150,000 nurses of National Nurses United—including 11,000 in the Dept. of Veterans Affairs—recently condemned the VA MISSION Act (HR 5674), in a letter to the U.S.
• Veterans Affairs
What will happen now that I’ve taken over as the next Executive Director of the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United?
• Medicare For All
• Nationwide• California• Maine• MIssouri• Texas• Ohio• Florida• Illinois
See a list of legislative endorsements.
• Arizona• California• District of Columbia• Florida• Illinois• Maine• Maryland• Massachusetts• Michigan• Minnesota• New York• Pennsylvania• Wisconsin
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RNs across the United States are actively working with CNA/NNU to win their own mandated direct-care RN-to-patient staffing ratios. RNs in other countries have also been fighting to win RN-to-patient staffing ratios to improve conditions for their patients. Safe RN-to-patient staffing ratios have been proven to save lives, yet under-staffing is a major issue that RNs struggle with every day. We are ready to change that. Join us! More »