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The bill takes effect immediately and makes Illinois the second state, after California, to decriminalize HIV.
Missouri’s governor signs a bill that lowers the penalty of HIV exposure and transmission.
In a separate reported case, a man in Mexico City was arrested for nondisclosure after his girlfriend found his HIV meds.
AIDS United’s Jesse Milan Jr. spoke with 16 senators about HIV lessons that apply to the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s what he told them.
The St. Louis woman, who tested HIV positive while pregnant, is accused of child abuse or neglect.
Respect sex workers’ place in the HIV movement and LGBTQ Pride—and decriminalize sex work.
Nevada’s governor signed four LGBTQ- and HIV-related bills into law during a Pride celebration in Las Vegas.
Monique Howell uses her experience to help those who are newly diagnosed and to also make them aware of unjust HIV criminalization laws.
#NYHAAD is Saturday, April 10, and youth HIV advocates want your help to repeal HIV discrimination. Here’s their plan.
Bryan C. Jones shares why he cofounded a coalition to help a Black man who was labeled an AIDS monster in the ’90s.
Virginia’s governor is likely to sign a bill to update HIV crime laws, but AIDS advocates claim it doesn’t go far enough.
In the late ’90s, a young Black man was labeled an AIDS monster.
North Dakota and Missouri bills focus on PrEP prescriptions, needle exchanges and HIV criminalization.
Kenya has been using similar technology for three years. DC’s efforts are among the first in the United States.
Edwin Bernard, executive director of the HIV Justice Network, argues that molecular HIV surveillance risks doing more harm than good.
Nevada’s HIV crime laws don’t take into account condoms, PrEP, U=U or even whether the virus was transmitted.
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