Minnesota and California RNs concern one-day strike notices over patient care issues As much as 25,000 registered nurses from California and Minnesota have issued one-day strike notices Friday morning more than patient care issues in contract negotiations at their facilities, the California Nurses Association and Minnesota Nurses Association announced today. All of the nurses are associates of National Nurses United, the country’s largest professional association and union for RNs. In both Minnesota and California the key sticking point is safe nurse to patient staffing. Short staffing is becoming hospital industry standard in the united states. It has left serious individual care issues unaddressed. Nurses are demanding secure RN-to-patient ratios at all times, including during nurse rest and meal breaks.The Drug and Meals Administration needs caffeine to be contained in the list of food product ingredients, but it does not require the quantity to be specified. The nonprofit U.S. Center for Research in the Public Curiosity has been pressing for such a move for over a decade and says it applauds your choice. Public Curiosity spokesman Michael Jacobson says folks are concerned about the amount of caffeine in their products.


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