Anger over transparency missing from bill on health worker COVID-19 data

After waiting months for a bill that was supposed to shed light on coronavirus infections and deaths among New Jersey health care workers, advocates for the workers argue that the bill was gutted once Trenton lobbyists got their hands on it.

Union leaders say it should have put the same burden of accountability on hospitals as on nursing homes but now lacks the main ingredient for that, transparency. Correspondent Raven Santana reports.

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