Minn. Senate takes turn at nurse staffing dilemma
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — With a compromise emerging in the Minnesota House, the state Senate is beginning to look at nursing regulations covering hospitals.
A Senate health committee planned to debate a bill Monday that would impose minimum unit-by-unit staffing requirements. It's not yet clear if senators will modify the bill to match one advancing through the state House.
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