Matt Elliott, a registered nurse in the ICU at Kaiser South Sacramento, rallies with hundreds of members of the California Nurses Association on Tuesday in the lobby of the California Hospital Association headquarters before marching on to the Capitol, in part to protest the recent demise of the latest bill requiring nonprofit hospitals to better account for the charity care they provide.
Matt Elliott, a registered nurse in the ICU at Kaiser South Sacramento, rallies with hundreds of members of the California Nurses Association on Tuesday in the lobby of the California Hospital Association headquarters before marching on to the Capitol, in part to protest the recent demise of the latest bill requiring nonprofit hospitals to better account for the charity care they provide. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Matt Elliott, a registered nurse in the ICU at Kaiser South Sacramento, rallies with hundreds of members of the California Nurses Association on Tuesday in the lobby of the California Hospital Association headquarters before marching on to the Capitol, in part to protest the recent demise of the latest bill requiring nonprofit hospitals to better account for the charity care they provide. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

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