Nurses Fight Back Against Corporate Greed

National Nurses Movement, Daily Kos, June 13, 2012 Registered nurses from nearly a dozen hospitals in California walked out on the job, grabbed picket signs and held a one-day strike Wednesday to protest massive cuts to patient care and RN livelihood. Many marched outside Sutter Health hospitals in the Bay Area where the corporation is proposing some 100 widespread reductions in patient services and RN contract standards. 
As patient advocates, they can’t stand by and let a greedy corporation - that has raked in nearly $4.2 billion in profits since 2005 - create a system that can harm patients and nursing standards. ... Nurses