Michael Lighty

National Policy Director, National Nurses United

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National Policy Director of National Nurses United and the California Nurses Association; Campaign Manager for Yes on 89, a 2006 campaign to regulate lobbyists, special-interest money in politics

Michael Lighty on KCRW

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