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The Importance of the House Reconciliation Bill for People Living With HIV

May 11, 2012

The Importance of the House Reconciliation Bill for People Living With HIV

On Thursday, the House passed a bill that will exempt defense from spending cuts that were put into law by last year's Budget Control Act. The cuts will be shifted to programs that predominantly benefit people living with HIV and other vulnerable populations.

Please take a moment to watch a video featuring AIDS United's Vice President of Policy and Advocacy, Ronald Johnson, as he explains the importance and relevance of the reconciliation bill.

Click here to watch the video.




This article was provided by AIDS United. Visit AIDS United's website to find out more about their activities and publications.
 

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