Where is the Commitment to Helping with HIV/AIDS Drugs?

Commentary by Jeffrey R. Lewis

America’s commitment to helping tens of thousands of people suffering from HIV/AIDS obtain access to the medications they need to survive has failed. Instead, the White House, Members of Congress, Governors and State Legislators have created a new, life-threatening epidemic – functional malaise.

Why is there a problem when we have ADAP (AIDS Drug Assistance Programs) - a system of federally funded, state-run programs to supply low-income, uninsured individuals with access to lifesaving HIV/AIDS medications?

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Senate Fails To End Don’t Ask, Don’t TellPhoto by Anthony Loverde

Sacramento , California - 09/22/2010

Yesterday, in Washington, D.C., the U.S. Senate blocked the vote to begin debate on the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which contains an amendment calling for repeal of the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) policy.

The vote, 56 – 43, was four votes short of the needed 60 votes to stop a filibuster by Senators opposed to repealing DADT. At this point, the NDAA would be put on hold until after the midterm elections.

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The September 23rd Issue Is Out Now!417 cover

For 19 years the Sacramento International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival (SIGLFF - pronounced: “sig-lif” the second F is silent) has been bringing a truly eclectic assortment of GLBT films, movies and shorts to town, for us to enjoy. This year is no different! Our very own, Chris Narloch, takes a sneak peek at the movies we will get to see, starting October 7 at the fabulous Crest Theatre. Check out page 19.

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Second National Poll Finds Majority Support for the Freedom to Marry

New York, NY, Sept. 20, 2010

For the second time, a national poll has found that a majority of Americans now support the freedom to marry for same-sex couples.

Echoing the findings of last month's CNN poll, the Associated Press released a poll which found that 52 percent of Americans support marriage equality.

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Cardinal Newman to Be Canonized, Despite Perceived HomosexualityJ. H. Newman

Commentray by Peter Tatchell

This Sunday, Pope Benedict will make a saint of the nineteenth century English theologian, Cardinal John Henry Newman, while denying the strong evidence that Newman was gay and loved Father Ambrose St John.

The Pope's sainting of Newman will take place near Birmingham, England, on Sunday, Sept. 19, 2010, during his current Papal tour of Britain.

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