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CHLP submitted testimony regarding the importance of taking a public health rather than criminal law enforcement approach to COVID-19, as well as the need to address failures in the state’s response to COVID-19 in prisons, jails, psychiatric hospitals, and other settings of confinement.
Groups argue the Senate must prioritize COVID-19 relief over a rushed SCOTUS confirmation process for Judge Amy Coney Barrett, a problematic nominee with a record of hostility to rights critically important to people with disabilities.
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CHLP's Amir Sadeghi joins the Counter Narrative Project (CNP) on Facebook Live for a panel discussion on the criminalization of people living with HIV.

On Tuesday, September 22, CHLP's Marguerite Schauer joins the Illinois HIV Action Alliance for a discussion exploring the similarities and differences between HIV criminalization and the criminalization seen in response to COVID-19, and how advocates in Illinois can work to end HIV criminalization.

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