Three of the nation's largest nursing unions merge
Three of the nation's largest nursing unions have announced a merger to ramp up unionization efforts across the country. The three unions to merge are the United American Nurses, California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Committee, and the Massachusetts Nurses Association. Their new, 150,000-member association will be called the United American Nurses-National Nurses Organizing Committee.
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