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“Segregation of detainees with HIV in jails or prisons is unlawful” under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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He also jacked up the price of an AIDS-related med 5,000 percent and offered $5K for a lock of Hillary Clinton’s hair.
This is according to an analysis of people with HIV leaving jails and prisons in Connecticut.
The convicted sex offender has served his sentence but lost his latest bid to be released from civil confinement.
The groundbreaking U.S. National Association of People with AIDS declared bankruptcy in 2013 after 30 years.
Here’s why HIV care for these prisoners is “in many cases non-existent,” according to a Human Rights Watch report and video.
U.S. correctional systems are missing vital chances to both test inmates for HIV and to link those living with the virus to care upon...
Jail officials are looking for another provider of rapid tests.
A program to distribute condoms in a jail for men who have sex with men is projected to slow the spread of HIV and also save money in the long...
A Chicago HIV/AIDS counselor was denied HIV meds during detention.
Only 38 percent of those linked to HIV care while in jail maintain steady checkups after release.
Under a federal judge’s order, a lawsuit to end the segregation of HIV-positive prisoners in Alabama jails will begin on Monday.
Massachusetts sheriffs have publicly criticized the state’s decision to cut more than $1 million for HIV testing, education and doctor’s visit...
A first-ever comprehensive estimate of U.S. HIV care retention reveals that more than half of HIV-positive patients had gaps in treatment rang...
Lawmakers in the Maryland
legislature have proposed changing the state’s HIV-specific criminal law from a
misdemeanor to a felony, the Ameri...
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