Minnesota nurses rally against state healthcare cuts
AP/Minneapolis Star Tribune, October 12, 2009
Minnesota nurses are protesting Gov. Tim Pawlenty's move to eliminate subsidized healthcare for more than 30,000 low-income adults. Members of the Minnesota Nurses Association and their supporters will march to the Republican governor's Capitol office on October 12 to demand that he reverse the spending cut. The Minnesota Nurses Association is a union with 20,000 registered nurses as members.
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