by Duluth News Tribune
July 12, 2010 at 3:02 am in Duluth News Tribune
The nurses’ demonstration today comes a week after Twin Cities nurses ratified a new contract and avoided a strike by 12,000 union members. (Photo: File / Associated Press) Continue Reading
Tags: Health, hospital, Nurses 3 Comments »
These nurses better be careful. Times are tough all over.
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Staffing levels are a legitimate concern for all of us. Wage and pension increases are not. If you think staffing levels are low now, just wait until Obamiecare takes effect. Then the nurses will be pining for the good ol’ days.
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We’re all screwed if ObamaCare ever takes full effect. Does healthcare need reform, yes? Is Obama’s bill going to improve anything? Nope. He is so out of touch with reality it isn’t even funny.
The Duluth nurses have a legitimate concern regarding staffing levels. It’s their liability and their license on the line because of the hospital’s pipe dream expectations.
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