Nursing Democracy

March 2006
California Nurse;Mar2006, Vol. 102 Issue 2, p8
The article reports on the clean elections campaign launched by registered nurses belonging to the California Nurses Association in an effort to leave corporate money out of the political process. A publicly-financed system of elections for statewide officials is established in the state. Corporate and other private contributions to candidate campaigns will be limited. Other states that have the same effort include Maine, Arizona and Connecticut.


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