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Johns Hopkins Nurses File Unfair Labor Practice Charge Alleging Hospital is Violating Federal Law by Interfering with Nurses’ Right to Communicate Freely

Registered Nurses at the Johns Hopkins Hospital have charged the hospital with violating federal labor law by impeding nurses’ legal right to discuss the benefits of unionization.

National Nurses Organizing Committee
June 25, 2018


How hospitals got richer off Obamacare

A decade after the nation’s top hospitals used all their advertising and lobbying clout to keep their tax-exempt status, pointing to their vast givebacks to their communities, they have seen their revenue soar while cutting back on the very givebacks they were touting, according to a POLITICO analysis.

Dan Diamond, Politico
July 17, 2017


Nurses' Main Street Campaign to Rebuild America

In every city and town across America today there is a "Mr. Cellophane," as the musical Chicago put it, and other men, women, and children who seem to have become invisible to those who set policy in Washington and to the financiers on Wall Street who put them in the shadows.