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Effects of Lifting Blood Donation Bans on Men Who Have Sex with Men; Naomi G. Goldberg & Gary J. Gates, The Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law (June 2010)
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Punishment is Not a Public Health Strategy: Announcing a Convening on the Criminalization of Viral Hepatitis
On November 1, CHLP, Harm Reduction Coalition, and the National Viral Hepatitis Roundtable are convening of advocates working on harm reduction, syringe access, viral hepatitis and HIV criminal justice in Louisville, Kentucky.
CHLP has Moved!
From Monday, August 13 through Friday August 17, we will be packing, moving, unpacking and otherwise transitioning from our current space on Broadway to our new offices in downtown Brooklyn!
CHLP is hiring!
CHLP has opened the search process for the position of Deputy Director to replace Mayo Schreiber, who is departing at the end of July 2018.
Tonic: Updated HIV Laws May Only Protect the Privileged
House of Representatives Votes to Gut the Americans with Disabilities Act
House Republicans vote to pass HR 620, a bill that will severely limit the enforcement power of the Americans with Disabilities Act, but advocates are hopeful for better results in the Senate.