Phil Murphy this morning was endorsed by the 13,000-member HPAE, New Jersey’s largest nurses and healthcare professional union.
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.
The Governor’s claim of “responsible stewardship” of the State’s finances ignores the crisis created by misplaced priorities.
Congressional Republicans have unveiled legislation to "repeal and replace" the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The American Healthcare Act (AHCA) will cause millions of people to lose their insurance and raise healthcare costs for working people and seniors.
HPAE President Ann Twomey responded today to the Congressional Republican plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act. This plan will take away health coverage for millions of patients, while providing large tax cuts for the very wealthy and pharmaceutical and
HPAE Education Days were held March 7 and March 9. This CE program focused on two health and safety topics: Safe Staffing – Safe Work and Respiratory Protection for Healthcare Workers.
Local 5058 members and officers distributed flyers today in front of the hospital to put the spotlight on an issue affecting our members and the community: medical debt.
Last night, Inspira RN and Local 5131 Rep Karen Johnson presented a resolution to the Cumberland County Freeholder Board to urge Congress and the President not to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) without having an adequate replacement for the
Nurses and health professionals joined together to Keep Hospitals Safe on Monday, February 27, at the Trenton Statehouse and demand Trenton fully fund hospital inspections and pass patient safety, worker protection laws. Click here to learn how Trenton can Keep Our
Nurses, health professionals, and patients traveled to Trenton on Monday, February 27th to urge Governor Christie and lawmakers to fully fund hospital inspections and to pass legislation that ensures patient safety and worker rights’ enforcement.