Phil Murphy this morning was endorsed by the 13,000-member HPAE, New Jersey’s largest nurses and healthcare professional union.
We all know that there’s a lot we need to fix about our health-care system, and I’m ready to fix the Affordable Care Act. But as Congress considers major changes to the ACA, it risks throwing the baby out with
An analysis by the American Federation of Teachers of the House Republican/Trump plan to replace and repeal the Affordable Care Act reveals that the plan will cause 800,000 New Jerseyans to lose health insurance.
We're holding important membership meetings at the Homewood Suites on March 29th (7:30am, 1:30pm, 3:30pm, 5:30pm, & 7:30pm) as we move closer to contract negotiations with Hackensack Meridian.
HPAE Public Policy Director Bridget Devane was honored tonight at the 2017 Solidarity Award Dinner organized by New Jersey Communities United, a grassroots organization dedicated to empowering the community and building a movement for social justice. Bridget and other honorees
The Local 5105 Negotiations Committee began bargaining a successor contract with Virtua management today. We presented our initial proposals and will have another negotiations session again in two weeks.
The lowest-income New Jerseyans of all ages, and most of those 60 and older, regardless of income, would be the biggest losers under the Republican plan to amend the Affordable Care Act, according to a nonpartisan analysis of the issue.
House Republicans’ proposal to rewrite federal health-care law would more than reverse the gains the Affordable Care Act has made in the number of Americans with health insurance.
The Governor’s claim of “responsible stewardship” of the State’s finances ignores the crisis created by misplaced priorities.
Local 5138 nurses leafleted their co-workers outside Southern Ocean Medical Center today to kick off our contract campaign and to highlight the gains that we have made as a union.