Voters affirmed Obamacare by reelecting the President; preserved our strong voice in Sacramento by defeating Prop 32; and elected UNAC/UHCP’s Jimmy Gomez to the state assemblyRead more
More and more UNAC/UHCP members have been making the connection between the candidates that we elect to office and the laws and regulations passed in our state to protect patient safety and affordable health care.
Proposition 32 on the November ballot was created specifically to shut us up. Commit to Voting No on Prop 32.Read more
“Proposition 32 is nothing but an attack by conservatives on unions and their members. What’s new about this effort is that it’s dressed up as a broad reform aimed at “special interests,” and it’s even more union-unfriendly than its predecessors.” -LA TimesRead more
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Now Heading to Governor’s Desk, SB 1246 Will Add Critical Enforcement Measures to Nursing Staff Ratios that Studies Have Shown to Improve Care and Save Patients’ Lives
Sacramento, CA – With the California State Senate’s action today to pass SB 1246, Governor Brown now has the opportunity to strengthen California’s first-in-the-nation nurse-to- patient … Read more
“This is not just an abstract legal decision. Real lives and the heartbreak of real families will be saved because of it.”Read more
“I’ve seen the democratic process firsthand as a delegate to the 2012 AFSCME International Convention. It truly is an inspiration.” By Jess Mangubat, RN and KSRNA Vice PresidentRead more
More and more UNAC/UHCP members have made the connection between the candidates we elect to office and the laws passed to protect patient safety and health care.Read more
For the United Nurses, endorsing the right candidate had a special meaning this election year. With UNAC/UHCP Political Director Jimmy Gomez running for an LA-based seat in the State Assembly, his candidacy raised political participation from many nurses who helped power Gomez to a strong first place finish. “Having seen Jimmy’s commitment to nurses and patients through his work at UNAC/UHCP, I am proud to be a part of his campaign to represent us in Sacramento,” stated RN Tina Ang, from UNAC/UHCP’s Kaiser Sunset affiliate.Read more
For the United Nurses, endorsing the right candidate has a special meaning this election year. UNAC/UHCP Political Director Jimmy Gomez is running for an LA-based seat in the State Assembly. His candidacy has raised political participation from many nurses who feel that he is in a unique position to understand their issues. “Having seen Jimmy’s commitment to nurses and patients through his work at UNAC/UHCP, I am proud to be a part of his campaign to represent us in Sacramento,” stated RN Tina Ang, from UNAC/UHCP’s Kaiser Sunset affiliate.Read more
If you support laws that improve our ability to deliver quality patient care, protect our safety on the job, and raise our standard of living, the best way to advocate for change is to vote for legislators who will help our cause.
Do you support candidates who will support safe staffing enforcement and other issues of concern to RNs and health care professionals?
Then vote on June 5. If you’d like to do more to … Read more