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Action for Senate Appropriations Committee Constituents


Thanks for taking this important action! In addition to making calls to Senator Reid and Speaker Pelosi, we need you to make a special call your Senator if she or he is on the important Senate Appropriations Committee, which has a say in all funding issues before Congress.

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Hopeful Signs on Lifting the HIV Entry Ban


It looks like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is about to take a big step towards lifting the nation's draconian restrictions denying people living with HIV entry into the United States.

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We Don't Have to Choose between HIV/AIDS Programs and Other Global Health Initiatives


With hearings and debates scheduled in Congress in the coming weeks global AIDS funding is in the news once again. Health Action AIDS Campaign Director Pat Daoust responded to recent coverage in the Boston Globe with a hard-hitting letter to the editor.

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Ask your Member of Congress to Fully Fund Global AIDS Programs


Last month President Obama released his detailed budget for Fiscal year 2010. Unfortunately, his budget falls short of what is needed to reach goals outlined in the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) reauthorization bill PHR members helped pass last year.

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New Yorker: Former APA President Worked with CIA and on Board of Mitchell and Jessen


Perhaps the most interesting revelation in Jane Mayer's latest New Yorker article on the CIA and US torture policy comes as an aside, towards the end. Ongoing investigations by PHR and others, including investigative journalists, are discovering disturbing connections between American Psychological Association officials involved in developing the ethics standards governing psychologists' participation in interrogations and those involved in overseeing and facilitating the Bush administration's CIA and US military programs of torture.

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