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PART 2: National Nurses United Co-President Deborah Burger reflects on the "State Of The Union"

This week on Nurse Talk Radio RN and Co-President of NNU Deborah Burger joins us to talk about why now more than ever--nurses need strong and progressive leadership and representation. This is part 2 of our 2 part podcast.

Pattie Lockard, Nurse Talk Radio
July 11, 2017

Update on SB 562 with Don Nielsen, Director of Government Relations for CNA

SB 562 needs you! Don Nielsen, Director of Government Relations for California Nurses Association joins Nurse Talk Radio for an update on SB 562 the Healthy California Act. There is still time to call your California Assembly Members and tell them to support the bill.

Pattie Lockard, Nurse Talk Radio
July 6, 2017

Open Letter to California Governor Jerry Brown on Healthcare

Mark A. Hirshfeld, LCSW - I believed that you would work on behalf of the people of California. Californians need your help now. My wife has a terminal illness. She requires frequent doctor visits and expensive medication in order to stay out of the hospital. As she is not yet 65, she stands to lose all health coverage, if our Republican Congress wins their war against the nation's health. So the political is now personal.

Mark A. Hirshfeld, LCSW
June 27, 2017
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Stop the Attack on Our Patients–Tell Republican Senators to Reject the Senate Health Insurance Bil

After nearly two months of secret deliberations, Senate Republicans just released a draft of their health bill, called the Better Care Reconciliation Act – and it is absolutely horrendous. If enacted, this bill poses a mortal threat to millions of our patients.

NNU Co-Presidents Deborah Burger, RN and Jean Ross, RN
June 23, 2017

PART 1: National Nurses United Co-President Deborah Burger reflects on the "State Of The Union"

This week on Nurse Talk Radio we take a look at the vast accomplishments of National Nurses United. Founded in 2009 NNU has over 150,000 members and a presence in all 50 states. RN and Co-President of NNU, Deborah Burger joins us to talk about why now more than ever—nurses need strong and progressive leadership and representation. This is part 1 of our 2 part podcast.

Pattie Lockard, Nurse Talk Radio
June 21, 2017