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Johnson has accepted a sentence of 10 years in state prison, which will include time already served since his arrest nearly four years ago. He previously had been sentenced to 30 years in prison before the appeals court threw out the original conviction.

PWN-USA has put together a #KillTheBill Resource Center to provide people living with HIV and their allies the tools needed to persuade uncommitted GOP Senators to oppose the AHCA when it comes up for a vote next week.

UPDATE: THE BILL WAS RELEASED TODAY (6/22).

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#KillTheBill Resource Center

Attention, HIV advocates! Your voice is CRITICALLY NEEDED at this moment to #KillTheBill and #ProtectOurCare.

The Ohio Supreme Court will rule on whether the free speech rights of people living with HIV are violated by a law requiring they disclose their status to potential sexual partners.

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