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New staffing law, old struggles bedevil California nursing homes

The 93-year-old dementia patient was getting anxious in her wheelchair. The woman, a resident of the Californian-Pasadena nursing home, wanted to see her husband but had forgotten he was at a nearby h... read more

Labor's Love Lost

Shortly after taking over the local in 1978, he tried to organize a nursing home ... new mega-locals can also be unresponsive. Four years ago, nurses in Local 660 in Los Angeles complained that their ... read more

Minimum Nurse-To-Patient Ratios In Acute Care Hospitals In California

Many registered nurses believe that nurse staffing in acute care hospitals is inadequate. In 1999 California became the first state to mandate minimum nurse-to-patient ratios in hospitals. State offic... read more

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Minimum Nurse-To-Patient Ratios In Acute Care Hospitals In California

The political scales tipped in favor of the nurses’ unions with the election of a new governor, Gray Davis, in November 1998, who was endorsed by unions representing nurses and other workers. 3 A.B. 3... read more



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