Will Judge Patricia Starr Be Biased For The State of Az. In Adm Law Court??

The one issue that many posters here will have to come to terms with is that this organization doesn’t fear the public. This sense of arrogance and lack of fear and concern toward the public is truly a symptom of tyranny.

I’ve actually got nurse shoes older than this person, at least the one this picture represents.  I don’t know, but if I were a judge and was having my works and decisions determined before I even heard the case I’d feel ridiculously useless. The fix is always in?? Actually, sweetie, the paperwork is even done and completed before you even show up.Today, when a Pandora’s box full of vulgarity, obstructionism, and authoritarianism has been let loose upon the political landscape, when spin has tucked tail in the face of bald-face lies, when people from every walk of life and every political persuasion feel like the deck has been stacked against them and the dealer is cutting cards to boot, the fight for justice is more important than ever”. Clara Jeffery Mother Jones. I assure you it brings us no joy or raise our gloat factors to have so many view and be aware of the AZBON civil rights violations. Welcome to our nightmare. 


Shaming Justice Az State Bar

New read coming defining the horrors in the Az regulating committee. The Az way of justice. There really isn’t any. Remembering the phrase, “Right is Right, Wrong is Wrong, Two Wrongs Don’t Make A Right, And A Wrong Is No Mans’ Right”. Feel safe In Az.?? Better Read This Site, And Think Again!!


Some Take Profit For Nurses

$5 million settlement over break relief for nurses at St. Joseph

Nurses at St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma will receive $5 million in back pay after CHI Franciscan Health agreed to a settlement regarding meal and rest breaks, according to an announcement Tuesday from the Washington State Nurses Association.

The hospital will create a “block break relief” system, which ensures nurses have uninterrupted breaks, and add 26 nurses to care for patients while other nurses take their breaks, according to a news release from the association. The WSNA filed the lawsuit in May 2015.

In an emailed statement, Cary Evans, Franciscan’s vice president for marketing and communications, said the medical center is pleased to reach a settlement with the state nurses association.

“This settlement prioritizes patient safety while also providing a restructured process that helps ensure nurses will take appropriate rest and meal breaks,” Evans’ statement reads.

The original complaint filed in Pierce County Superior Court says nurses are prohibited from leaving patient assignments without first assigning those duties to another nurse. The WSNA’s complaint to the court said the hospital had failed to provide paid rest and meal breaks since 2012.

Franciscan agreed to establish the block break system no later than April 1, 2018. The relief nurses will be placed in 15 units in the hospital, including the emergency room, critical care and medical-surgical units.

Nurse breaks are to be 15 continuous minutes without work-related responsibilities. The news release states the hospital’s former policy counted eating a snack or having a short personal conversation with a coworker as a partial break.

In addition to the back pay, nurses who miss uninterrupted rest breaks will be paid for their time starting June 1, 2017.

Christine Himmelsbach, assistant executive director of labor at WSNA, said in a statement that nurses often have to work 12-hour shifts without a break.

“The hiring of additional break relief nurses may be the most critical provision of this settlement,” Himmelsbach said in the statement. “The primary reason nurses are unable to take their meal and rest breaks is inadequate staffing, which puts extraordinary demands on the individual nurse.”

Nurses at Tacoma General Hospital, owned by MultiCare Health System, have threatened a strike advisory vote next week over staffing levels that they say force nurses there to miss breaks.

The Fall of Arizona Justice AZBN

In recent times there has been noted in many judicial situations that the well established injustices dumped upon the Arizona population has needed to be relieved by federal authorities. We’ve seen Joe Arpaio finally get heaved out of office with a possible jail term pending. Many would deem this event long over due; most honest medically knowledgeable individuals could easily accept the recent federal judgement against broadway Joe for allowing a non violent offender to be cuffed during the delivery of her baby, plus post partum. This type of abuse has a long history. The Courtney Bisbee case will soon be another devastating tragedy to the corruption pervasive through out Arizona. The Ducey adm and other leaders,  have sat by and let these events go their own way, which happens to be the next tier waiting to expose Arizona, again, as the leader of U.S. corrupted states. 

If fingerprint checks are done,  don’t be surprised to find Lyle Jeffs, with a different wig, as a board member on one of the regulartory agencies.

Welcome to Arizona, and you’re not standing on a corner in Winslow waiting for a girl driving a flat bed Ford truck. You could be, more than likely, waiting to go to jail for being a human being.