The objectives of the new national union
The objectives of the new national union, as stated in the proposed constitution, include:
As a founding organization for the new movement, the MNA will play a prominent leadership role under the new constitution—including the opportunity to select one of three presidents to head the new organization. The MNA will also have a vice presidential seat on the organization’s 15-member governing executive council and will be able to send a delegate for each 1,000 members to the organization’s annual national convention.
We have created our National Nurses United page to provide members with the latest information on this new national movement for RNs. It includes links to information on why we need the new national organization and how it came to be. You will also learn more about the proposed changes in MNA dues, information on the upcoming ratification vote, as well as information about the Regional meetings that have been scheduled throughout the state so that members can learn more about these exciting events, and to have their questions answered. Please visit our National Nurses United page often for the latest updates.