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Albany Times Union

NY deal with drug maker paves way for plan to end HIV State agreement with pharmaceutical firm is part of plan to reduce incidence of AIDS By Claire Hughes | Wednesday, March 19, 2014 Albany The state has negotiated a deal with a major pharmaceutical company to cut the price of anti-retroviral drugs to treat HIV, […]

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PRESS RELEASE | 3/11/14  Assembly Budget Would Prevent Homelessness for Thousands Of New Yorkers Living With AIDS By Closing Loophole in HIV/AIDS Rental Assistance Program  Advocates Urge Senate to Join Assembly in Supporting Governor Cuomo’s “30 Percent Rent Cap” Proposal; Budget Plan Similar to Affordable Housing Bill That Passed Senate Twice Before  The Assembly one-house […]

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Gotham Gazette

City Set to Offer Rent Relief to HIV/AIDS Residents by Jillian Jonas, Feb 25, 2014 Wanda Hernandez readily admits she’s been in and out of New York City Housing Court because she’s “always in arrears with rent.” She receives rental assistance from the city’s HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA), but it was recently reduced to $43.53 […]

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PR: AIDS Advocates Praise de Blasio Appointees for Human Resources Administration and Immigrant Affairs

PRESS RELEASE | 2/28/14 AIDS Advocates Praise de Blasio Appointees for Human Resources Administration (HRA) and Immigrant Affairs   Incoming HRA Commissioner Steven Banks Will Help Serve As Conscience Of Administration In Fighting Poverty; Commissioner of Immigrant Affairs Nisha Agarwal Brings Track Record Addressing Health Disparities VOCAL-NY Urges Incoming HRA Commissioner Banks to Quickly Implement de […]

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