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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.
Can health plans force clients to get HIV meds in the mail or at a specific pharmacy in order to keep discounts?
The Supreme Court upholds the Affordable Care Act for a third time. Here’s a look at responses from health care advocates.
And yet Trump’s judicial influence continues to threaten reproductive health rights.
Plus: HIV and LGBTQ groups spell out priorities and share hopes for the Biden-Harris administration.
Experts analyze oral arguments in the GOP’s latest attempt to repeal Obamacare.
Before the ACA, 24% of people with HIV had no health insurance. Today it’s about half that. Open enrollment ends Dec. 15.
Plus two other asks that will address the urgent public health and racial justice challenges of 2020.
AIDS United explains the importance of three Supreme Court decisions, which the group views as two wins and a loss.
Supreme Court decisions and a Trump pronouncement on health care affect HIV efforts
The Supreme Court handed down two wins and a loss.
The federal government can require foreign affiliates of U.S. companies to denounce sex work in order to secure HIV funding.
The Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law that would have shuttered most abortion clinics.
A coalition of LGBT groups sues the Trump administration over the rule. The lawsuit is “Whitman-Walker Clinic v. HHS.”
Can the government force foreign affiliates of U.S. companies to adopt policies against sex work in order to secure HIV funding?
Gina Brown shares her fears about the future of Roe v Wade, her personal experience with abortion, and what being Pro-Choice means to her.
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