Senate Maintains Funding Levels for Most HIV and Hepatitis Programs

The Senate Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Appropriations Subcommittee approved its Fiscal Year 2017 funding bill that largely maintains funding for most domestic HIV programs.  However, the bill proposes to cut some critical programs, including $29 million from the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program and $6 million from the Minority AIDS Initiative, and provides no increases for hepatitis prevention programs at the CDC.

To read the full press release from The AIDS Institute on the subcommittee markup, click the PDF below

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