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Update: Pro-life battle at Fresno hospital

Friday, March 13, 2009, 9:10 am |

How can righteousness be a partner with wickedness? How can light live with darkness? — 2 Corinthians 6:14 NLT

Pro-life nurses have achieved a temporary victory in Fresno. This week’s scheduled vote of the anti-family California Nurses Association in their bid to take over Catholic-run St. Agnes Medical Center was stopped when the union withdrew their election petition. Seems the union bosses weren’t sure they had the votes to win!

The nurses at St. Agnes have twice rejected joining the anti-family CNA, which would have charged nurses around $1,200 in dues per nurse per year. See my March 8 blog for background on the Fresno battle, and to understand what the CNA stands for.

What’s next: This battle will definitely continue at many hospitals and many corporate businesses and industries. The CNA, along with other major unions, are supporting federal “card check” legislation. “Card check” would coerce workers into ignorantly signing blanket-permission cards giving the union total power over their jobs and wrong domination over private businesses.

Read about the dangers of “card check” here and here

Once a hospital falls into union hands, nurses have to fight harder to extricate themselves by decertifying the union. Principled nurses in Missouri have provided an example of how to fight back

ACTION: If you know a pro-family nurse, provide them with our information and tell them not to join the CNA. Because if they join, they’ll further the anti-family agenda in California. SaveCalifornia.com has reliable information on how anyone can resign from a union and keep their job as an agency fee payer.

Work with enthusiasm, as though you were working for the Lord rather than for people. — Ephesians 6:7 NLT


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