Talk:National Nurses United

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"In 2011, NNU launched a campaign called the Main Street Contract for the American People. The national organization is working to create a movement – through demonstrations and legislative bills—that helps working-class people who are struggling during hard economic times. The campaign goal is to reclaim an economy with good jobs at living wages, healthcare for all, quality education, good housing, protection from hunger, a safe environment, and a secure retirement for everyone."

Sounds more like an advertisement than a neutral point of view. Additionally, it's un-sourced. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 05:34, 15 December 2014 (UTC)

Not a Union[edit]

This appears to be a political organization rather than a union. Union, by its definition, represents the employees in negotiations with the employer. This organization does not appear to be involved in such negotiations.