Commentary & Opinion

"Don't Cut HIV/AIDS Budget," Says Lexington Herald-Leader Editorial

December 3, 2012

"Seven people -- three women and four men -- thought it was necessary to remove all their clothing and stand before cameras and strangers in U.S. House Speaker John Boehner's office Tuesday to bring attention to potential cuts to HIV/AIDS funding and other federal programs. They obviously thought their radical actions were needed to show Boehner and other politicians that when budgets are sliced, people are hurt." (Marlene Davis, McClatchy, 12/2)

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