After 890 Days Without a Contract From the Romney Administration, MNA Launches Radio Campaign to Support State-Employed RNs and Health Professionals
The Massachusetts Nurses Association today launched a statewide radio advertising campaign that points out that Governor Romney and Lt. Governor Healey have now gone 890 days without settling a contract with the 1800 Registered Nurses and health care professionals who work at state health care facilities.
Claiming the Romney/Healey administration is showing disrespect to the employees, and the patients they care for, the radio spots ask the public to call the Governor’s office and tell him it is time to "Be Fair to Those Who Care".
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