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Despite a surge in HIV cases linked to injection drug use, the syringe exchange regulations were to take effect July 9.
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It remains a second-degree felony in Ohio for a person with HIV to have sex without first disclosing.
California senators just passed a bill that would make intentionally infecting someone with HIV a misdemeanor instead of a felony.
A special session of the general assembly was unable to reverse the anti-LGBT Law.
The facilities allegedly refused to accept a client because of his HIV, according to the ACLU.
Shalandra Jones was ticketed for not disclosing her HIV status to a Dearborn police officer during a traffic stop. As a result, she sued.
On National HIV Testing Day, June 27, more than 140 harm-reduction advocates put out a letter that calls on Congress to end the federal...
South Carolina ends HIV segregation in prison.
A Chicago HIV/AIDS counselor was denied HIV meds during detention.
The judge ruled segregating HIV-positive prisoners violates the ADA, which covers people living with the virus.
Parents and physicians are suing the Clovis Unified School District over its high school abstinence-only sex education
In the United States and abroad, a barrage of incidents reveals that HIV discrimination in the workplace remains rampant.
The ACLU of Alabama has filed a lawsuit against the Alabama Department of Corrections on behalf of HIV-positive inmates in state prisons
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will review its medical guidelines for job applicants after the American Civil Liberties...
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