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The Kentuckian lived in the country with his physician boyfriend before being deported.
Released from prison 25 years early, the former college wrestler had been sentenced for failing to disclose his HIV.
The Michigan Department of Corrections will update its policies to reflect a modern understanding of HIV transmission risk.
The 1990s case “says a lot about his value system and what we can expect of him” on the Supreme Court.
He supplied cadavers for medical training but was convicted of fraud and shipping hazardous materials.
He reportedly lied about his status and ripped his condoms to fool men he met on Grindr. Later, he would taunt them via texts.
However, the former college wrestler in Missouri won’t be released until October 2019.
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This is according to an analysis of people with HIV leaving jails and prisons in Connecticut.
Thanks to the Elton John AIDS Foundation
Starting January 1, it will be a misdemeanor—instead of a felony—to knowingly expose or infect a partner without disclosing.
Lawmakers in both houses passed a bill to update laws and reduce penalties. It now goes to the governor.
What to do when your mind etches stigmas and labels in your heart, spirit and soul.
About 17,000 inmates were known to have HIV in 2015, down from a high of nearly 26,000 in 1998.
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