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In 2020, a Louisiana court struck down a law requiring “sex offender” be stamped on IDs, including in HIV crimes; that ruling prevails.
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.
Nevada’s governor signed four LGBTQ- and HIV-related bills into law during a Pride celebration in Las Vegas.
Protecting LGBTQ equality helps fight HIV.
#NYHAAD is Saturday, April 10, and youth HIV advocates want your help to repeal HIV discrimination. Here’s their plan.
Nevada’s HIV crime laws don’t take into account condoms, PrEP, U=U or even whether the virus was transmitted.
Supreme Court decisions and a Trump pronouncement on health care affect HIV efforts
Plus: The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation and Gilead Sciences join the collective for a virtual town hall June 25.
The HIV Justice Network revamped its website to include a Global HIV Criminalization Database.
Under the bill, intentionally transmitting HIV to a sexual partner is reduced from a felony to a misdemeanor. And that’s not all.
A new law ends the criminalization of condom possession and offers sex workers other protections.
Released 25 years early, Michael Johnson made national headlines for a trial that raised issues of racism, homophobia and HIV disclosure.
Save the date: The training session will take place from May 30 to June 2, 2020, at Ohio State University.
The CDC is beginning to use molecular surveillance of HIV to identify transmission clusters, which has some privacy advocates concerned.
This Table Talk addresses HIV Criminalization and the states that still prosecute for not disclosing your HIV status.
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