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Obama Appoints Jason Collins, Rachael Ray to Fitness Council

Obama Appoints Jason Collins, Rachael Ray to Fitness Council

Jason Collins is a professional basketball player with the Brooklyn Nets, where he has played since 2014. Rachael Ray is the host of The Rachael Ray Show.

HUD Awards $29 Million to 26 Local HIV-AIDS Housing Programs

Ninety percent of HOPWA funds are distributed to cities and states based on the number of AIDS cases reported to the CDC.

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University of California Tentative Agreement Reached for Gender-Neutral Spaces

Proponents of gender-neutral restrooms say that the male-female paradigm that still dominates American society is outmoded, discriminatory and dangerous.

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Illinois House Rejects Gay Conversion Therapy Bill

The attempt by Rep. Kelly Cassidy to ban gay conversion therapy for teens 17 and under has been shot down. The Illinois House rejected the bill 44-51.

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Hormone Replacement Therapy Denied to Illinois Transgender Woman

Lambda Legal filed a lawsuit on behalf of Naya Taylor, a transgender woman in Illinois denied medical care after she requested hormone replacement therapy.

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Ugandan Officials Raid HIV/AIDS Treatment Facility

Uganda receives nearly $9.4 million each year through the U.S. President’s Emergency Fund for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) to run the HIV/AIDS programs at MUWRP.

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We Can Stop the HIV Epidemic, But Will We?

At current transmission rates, half of college age gay and bi men as well as transgender women will be infected with HIV by age 50.

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New Medicare Information for People in Same-Sex Marriages

The SSA is now able to process requests for Medicare Part A and Part B Special Enrollment Periods for eligible people in same-sex marriages.

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Social Security Administration Updates Procedures for Transgender Spouses

The Social Security Administration updated its policies and procedures regarding transgender individuals to receive benefits through their spouses.

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HIV-Infected Men at Increased Risk for Heart Disease, Study

The buildup of soft plaque in arteries that nourish the heart is more common and extensive in HIV-infected men than HIV-uninfected men, a new study shows.

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