The Fine Print Blog

Jacob Schneider,
CHLP Staff Attorney
HIV Molecule
At a time when federal and state policies single out people with HIV for punishment, is this way of identifying sexual networks a good idea?
Amir Sadeghi
National Community Outreach Coordinator, CHLP
HIV Molecule
For National HIV Testing Day, CHLP's Amir Sadeghi talks about the importance of informed consent and growing privacy concerns about molecular surveillance.
Catherine Hanssens
CHLP Executive Director
A NY Post op-ed explains why changing NY law to permit HIV testing without even verbal notice to the patient is a very bad idea.
Catherine Hanssens
Executive Director/Founder
For Zero Discrimination Day, CHLP joins UNAIDS in highlighting the need for action against discriminatory laws and policies, and challenging people to get involved in changing the laws where they live. Eliminating the stigma of HIV and those living with it is as important to basic quality of life as antiretrovirals and it’s one of the reasons why ending HIV nationally and internationally can't be done without criminal law reform.
Catherine Hanssens
Founder/Executive Director
A new blog from CHLP Executive Director Catherine Hanssens argues that theories of “trickle-down justice” in state HIV criminal law reform are a rationalization for leaving behind those most affected: sex workers and women.

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