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Employer Reps Say SB 213 Too Costly, but Nurses Say Proposed Presumption Necessary

  • State: California
  • Topic: Top
  • - Average time spent on item: 93 minutes
  • - Popular with: Legal
More than 80 California health care facilities and employer advocacy groups say a bill that would ex…

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James Witkop Apr 1, 2021 a 5:43 am PDT

The legislators who complain about the cost of living in California and demand higher taxes for the homeless and affordable housing turn around and write laws that are certain to further increase the cost of living. The hypocrisy is maddening.

Mark Gearheart Apr 6, 2021 a 1:04 pm PDT

Denying the protection of the presumptions to nurses and other frontline hospital workers is blatant sexism, plain and simple. It's wrong.
The problem with our health care costs is the for profit model, not the nurses asking for equal treatment. We need single payer.

Mark Gearheart

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