Senate Passes Train More Nurses Act

The bipartisan Train More Nurses Act was unanimously passed in the Senate. The bill focuses on increasing the number of nurses, especially in underserved areas, and aims to strengthen career pathways for nurses. The legislation also seeks to facilitate the transition from LPNs to RNs. The bill awaits a vote in the House of Representatives after senators highlighted the nursing shortage and challenges faced by their states. Congresswoman Dina Titus and Congressman Zach Nunn introduced the bill in the House of Representatives. The legislation will help improve access to healthcare and address the shortage of nurses in various communities across the nation.

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