AARP: Applauds governor for vetoing bill aimed at reducing training to be a CNA

Jim Flaherty
AARP Wisconsin
MADISON, WISCONSIN – AARP Wisconsin today applauds Governor Evers’ veto of AB-76, a bill calling for a reduction in the training hours necessary to become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in Wisconsin.
“Passage of this bill would have led to reduced quality of care in nursing homes and homecare settings,” said AARP Wisconsin state issues advocacy director Helen Marks Dicks. “Wisconsin takes great pride in the care we provide and the strength of our long-term care system. Today’s action by the governor ensures that our direct care w...

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