Union representing Illinois state nurses has a history of prioritizing union jobs at all costs

By Mailee Smith
Privatizing some medical services provided to inmates in the Illinois Department of Corrections could potentially save the state $8 million a year. But the Illinois Nurses Association has a history of doing all it can to keep taxpayers on the hook for that money – and for union jobs that might not even be necessary.

TAGS: Bruce Rauner, IDOC, INA: Illinois Nurses Association, labor, unions