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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.
Former Governor Tom Ridge (R-PA) strongly opposes a bill before the House of Representatives that would roll back fundamental protections provided by the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Infectious Disease Advisor interviews Dr. Nabila El-Bassel of Columbia University on factors that affect HIV health disparities and possible intervention strategies.
Join CHLP, the Positive Women's Network and SERO for a webinar to learn the basics of HIV criminalization.
From the development to new advocacy materials and webinars, continued state-specific criminal reform advocacy, through our case work with those facing HIV-related criminal prosecution to our policy work for youth in state custody, this Year in Review highlights some of our work at the Center for HIV Law and Policy in 2017.

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