Nurses Say NO on Question 1
NINE of our state’s leading nursing organizations are uniting to vote NO on Question 1. Join them on November 6.
Newspapers Agree: NO on 1
Newspapers have take a careful look at Question 1 and agree – Vote NO on 1.
From a Mother and RN
Janice is a mother – and a nurse. She is voting NO on Question 1 because patients like her son deserve the best care possible.
A Patient’s Perspective
Stephen is on the heart transplant list. Question 1 would threaten the care he receives. The Gormleys are voting NO on 1.
Sometimes in healthcare you want a second opinion. Here’s the opinion of over 70 leading healthcare organizations – Vote NO on 1.
I Was There
Hear from a nurse of over 40 years explain why she and nurses across Massachusetts are voting NO on Question 1.
$900 million a year. That’s the official state cost estimate for Question 1.
Every Hospital Opposes Question 1
Question 1 means negative consequences for every hospital in Massachusetts, including yours.
Holding the Wall
ER wait times have suffered as a result of nurse staffing ratios in California. Don’t let that happen in Massachusetts – vote NO on 1.
Dr. Berg has been a doctor for 17 years in the Emergency Department. He is voting NO on Question 1 because he knows it would cause wait times to skyrocket and threaten the quality of care patients receive.
Vote NO on 1
Nurses in Massachusetts make decisions that save lives. Question 1 would override the training of professional nurses.
It’s been called “the most irresponsible approach to health care” – Question 1.
Teamwork as nurses is crucial. That’s why Question 1 is bad for patients and wrong for Massachusetts.
From a Nurse: Donna
Donna Glynn, PhD, RN, ANP, on the harmful impacts of nurse staffing mandates.
From a Nurse: Lauren
Lauren Healey, RN, on the harmful impacts of nurse staffing mandates.
From a Nurse: Louise
Louise Rebello, MSN/ED RN, on the harmful impacts of nurse staffing mandates.
From a Nurse: Tim
Tim Suydan, RN, on the harmful impacts of nurse staffing mandates.
From a Nurse: Tommi
Tommi Gill-Samment, RN, on the harmful impacts of nurse staffing mandates.
From a Nurse: Tracey
Tracey McLean, RN, on the harmful impacts of nurse staffing mandates.