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Even California Nurses Association turns on Fabian Nunez (wife's conflict of interest)

From this:
The California Nurses Association demanded Tuesday that Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez abstain from voting on health-care legislation because his wife works for a nonprofit agency bankrolled by the hospital industry.

"Californians can no longer trust that he will represent the public interest and not the financial interest of a large industry that has put his wife on their payroll," Zenei Cortez, spokeswoman for the association and for the National Nurses Organizing Committee, said in a written statement Tuesday.

The Bee reported Tuesday that Nunez's wife, Maria Robles, was hired at a six-figure salary in January to serve as president of Californians for Patient Care, a Sacramento-based nonprofit agency that receives nearly all its funding from the California Hospital Association...
Hillary Clinton campaign co-chair Nunez must no longer be useful to those in power, or perhaps they're Obama supporters who are trying to make Hillary's campaign more difficult. Just recently, the Los Angeles Times - usually a staunch ignorer of malfeasance by Democrats, especially former MEChA members - has run negative articles on him, as have the AP and the Sacramento Bee.

California · Wed, 10/17/2007 - 12:09 · Importance: 1

Wed, 10/17/2007 - 22:29
Edward

The California Nurses Association (SEIU), the LA Times AND the Sac Bee? Look out Fabian, I hear a bus coming your way.

Wed, 10/17/2007 - 23:16
Pat

Hey, I'm sure Maria got that job on her own merits! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Thu, 10/18/2007 - 04:15
eh

I'm sure the term "works" is used rather loosely here.

Thu, 10/18/2007 - 11:38
dchamil
www.blogger.com/profile/09298960390582070502

I'm with Fabian, the nurses turn me on, too!