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SEIU Impersonates Nurses in Hostile Takeover Campaign Against California Nurses Association/NNOC
Date:2/5/2009

and patients, in undermining RN professional standards, and in suppressing union democracy."

In the meantime, California hospitals and nursing homes have been plunged into a chaotic internal war with SEIU's Regan while some 25,000 healthcare workers have filed petitions to leave SEIU and join a new local led by the ousted UHW President Sal Rosselli.

"Instead of focusing on passing the Employee Free Choice Act," said DeMoro, "SEIU is using its members' dues to destroy other unions and create this massive upheaval in California. Millions of dollars of SEIU members' dues have been wasted in trying to take over unions in California and control them from Washington."

Regan was named by Stern to be an executive vice president of SEIU shortly after one of SEIU and Regan's most notorious exploits -- an assault on a peaceful union conference near Detroit last April at which DeMoro was scheduled to speak about the campaign for healthcare reform.

Shortly before the dinner event at which DeMoro was scheduled to speak, busloads of SEIU representatives, led by SEIU staff, many from Regan's local in Ohio and West Virginia, stormed the conference, breaking into the banquet room. Some staffers, wearing purple bandanas over their faces to hide their identities, proceeded to punch, shove, kick, and knock union members to the floor who were in their way.

In a subsequent website debate about the actions, Regan proudly defended his role and lambasted a non-CNA/NNOC conference participant who criticized SEIU's behavior, "If other organizations wish to host and honor the leaders of CNA, as is their prerogative, we will exercise our right to demonstrate and protest given their undisputed actions. If this results in some people being offended, that is unfortunate, but unavoidable."

Representing 85,000 RNs in 50 states, the California Nurses Association/National Nurses Organizing Comm
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