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A Petroleum PR Blitz in New Mexico

The SlickSeptember 23, 2022By Jerry Redfern

Oil and gas money papers the state with industry messages.

Weak Penalties and Deep Pockets: Why Kaiser Permanente Can Wait Out Striking Mental Health Care Workers

State of InequalitySeptember 22, 2022By Mark Kreidler

In the second month of the Bay Area strike, HMO says a majority of union clinicians have returned to work.

U.S. Child Care: Parents Can’t Afford It and Workers Can’t Afford to Live

The 50-100 Pay GapSeptember 21, 2022By Sara Herschander

Without public support, workers are quitting, and parents and providers are desperate.

Kaiser Permanente Therapists Say Mental Health Care Shortages Worse for Non-English Speakers

Latest NewsSeptember 20, 2022By Gabriel Thompson

A quarter of 1,500 Kaiser clinicians surveyed in California said they had patients who could not access care in their primary language.

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