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YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Health Care Workers On The Move

Also, Kansas rejects an anti-abortion measure, a first-time union deal scores Michigan librarians a raise, and decarceration efforts in Hawaii make progress.
YOU LOVE TO SEE IT: Health Care Workers On The Move
Kaiser Permanente mental health professionals rally outside the Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles Medical Center Jan. 12, 2015. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
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Good things are happening! In Northern California, behavioral health care workers are on the move, fighting against corporate profiteering amid a worsening mental health crisis, while in Southern California, nurses are winning higher minimum wages. Also, abortion rights activists win in Kansas and decarceration efforts in Hawaii make progress.

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