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As a government shutdown looms yet again, HIV advocates await details about future funding.
For starters, the law could shut down internet sites, forcing sex workers on the street, where they’re in even more danger.
Grassroots HIV advocates will meet with lawmakers in DC on March 26 and 27. Sign up now!
These actions from the Trump administration harm the HIV community.
Congress and Trump work on two divergent budgets. How will they address HIV/AIDS, the opioid crisis and health care?
The good news: It includes funding for community health centers, Puerto Rico’s Medicaid program and more.
For one thing, CDC data show decreases in new HIV cases among several Black population groups.
Expand the fight, nurture the front line, measure our performance—and stay the course.
90 days ago, he declared a public health emergency.
Plus: Updates on the CDC director and the health secretary
Cuts to the 340B program could lead to cutbacks—and even closings—at hospitals and HIV care providers.
The CDC would keep fewer than 40 percent on employers on the job—and this is during a deadly flu outbreak.
The Trump Administration is protecting providers who deny medical care. This is “an attempt at state-sanctioned discrimination.”
We won some and lost some in 2017. As our challenges intensify, here’s one way to stay vigilant and engaged.
AIDS United questions the timing and approach of the PACHA dismissals.
Also: The State Department has suggested that references to “sex education” be rewritten as “sexual risk avoidance.”
The final legislation will undermine health care and safety nets while helping the most wealthy. But who will vote against it?
The art of the deal: What will lawmakers trade in order to secure votes for the final spending bill?
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