News, information, and commentary by The Center for HIV Law and Policy.
Governor Kemp signed Senate Bill 164 into law, eliminating certain HIV-specific provisions of the criminal code and amending others.
The Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (APA), through its Addressing Disparities to Reproductive Health Advisory Committee, released a Statement of Prosecutors expressing opposition to the criminalization of abortion in the wake of the recent SCOTUS decision draft leak.
Today is National Transgender HIV Testing Day #NTHTD and if there’s one thing that could address the mistrust and discrimination that communities hit hardest by HIV and STIs continue to experience it would be training licensed healthcare providers in sexual health, including how to talk to patients about sex, STIs and HIV. Read more about what CHLP is doing to tackle the issue in the new edition of CHLP's Briefing Paper newsletter.
Federal district court judge decision that the U.S. military's long-standing policy of banning servicemembers living with HIV from active duty is unconstitutional only applies to those who are undetectable and "asymptomatic."


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