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Smoke From Surgical Procedures Threatens Everyone

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Next Steps to Ban Fracking in Maryland

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Rally launches Healthy California Campaign

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Photos: RNs Rally for SB 562, Healthy CA Act

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Nurses Urge House Members to Reject AHCA Bill

Nurses Urge House Members to Reject AHCA Bill

Calling the proposed American Health Care Act (AHCA) “a mortal threat to the health and wellbeing of our patients and to the health security of our country,” National Nurses United (NNU) today urged all House members to defeat the proposed bill in the upcoming showdown vote Thursday. —National Nurses United, 03/21/17 More »

NNU Letter to U.S. House of Representatives Urging Opposition to AHCA

NNU Letter to U.S. House of Representatives Urging Opposition to AHCA

As the American Health Care Act (AHCA) comes to a vote on the House floor, NNU nurses have sent a letter to representatives urging a “No” vote—given that the AHCA poses a mortal threat to the health and wellbeing of patients, and to the health security of this country. —National Nurses United, 03/21/17 More »

Ohio Bill Seeking Safety Limits on Number of Patients Assigned to RNs Gets First Hearing

Ohio Bill Seeking Safety Limits on Number of Patients Assigned to RNs Gets First Hearing

On Tues. March 21, S.B. 55, the Ohio Patient Protection Act—a bill by National Nurses Organizing Committee-Ohio/National Nurses United (NNOC/NNU) which sets specific limits on how many patients Ohio nurses can care for at once—will get its first hearing, with testimony by sponsor Senator Michael Skindell. —National Nurses Organizing Committee/National Nurses United - Ohio, 03/20/17 More »

Perspective: Why now is the time for California to embrace single-payer health care

Perspective: Why now is the time for California to embrace single-payer health care

Here we go again with national health care reform. But given the large gap between policies favored by Californians and those of the GOP in Washington, D.C., there is every reason for the Golden State to chart it’s own health care course. —Michael Lighty writing for Center of Health Journalism, 03/17/17 More »

Healthy California Act Town Halls Kick Off Saturday in Southern California

Healthy California Act Town Halls Kick Off Saturday in Southern California

The first in a series of town hall meetings planned throughout the state, in support of the Healthy California Act SB 562, will be held March 18th and 19th in Fullerton, Pomona, Covina and Riverside, Ca. California state senators have been invited to attend and Sen. Leyva has confirmed she will be participating in the Pomona town Hall. —California Nurses Association, 03/17/17 More »

Nurses: Proposed Budget Latest Attack on the Public Protections and the Most Vulnerable People

Nurses: Proposed Budget Latest Attack on the Public Protections and the Most Vulnerable People

National Nurses United today sharply criticized President Trump’s proposed federal budget as a broad attack on public protections that also targets some of the nation’s most vulnerable people while shifting resources to the least needed areas. —National Nurses United, 03/16/17 More »

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