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HIV is Not a Crime III will unite and train advocates living with HIV and allies from across the country on laws criminalizing PLHIV and on st...
Lawmakers in both houses passed a bill to update laws and reduce penalties. It now goes to the governor.
State laws that criminalize people who don’t first disclose their HIV status before potential exposure don’t appear to prevent transmission.
Consensus statement warns of “dangerous consequences” if HIV crime laws rely on a person’s undetectable status and treatment adherence.
The married Ohio man is also accused of not telling her he was living with the virus.
California senators just passed a bill that would make intentionally infecting someone with HIV a misdemeanor instead of a felony.
Next year’s national training academy will take place June 3 through 6 in Indianapolis.
A new study finds that laws that criminalize not disclosing one’s status prior to sex or needle sharing are not linked with lower HIV rates.
Updates on the REPEAL HIV Discrimination Act, the Stop AIDS in Prison Act and the latest efforts to derail Obamacare
At the Global Network of People Living with HIV, she will implement an ambitious strategic plan.
“HIV criminalization laws are based on bias, not science.”
A chapter from the book “The War on Sex” edited by David M. Halperin and Trevor Hoppe.
Proposed California bill makes intentionally transmitting HIV a misdemeanor instead of a felony.
AIDSWatch gathers people with HIV on Capitol Hill to speak with their members of Congress on March 27 and 28.
The AIDS United Public Policy Committee also has signed on to the consensus statement issued by Prevention Access Campaign.
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