FEDERAL POLICY

The AIDS Institute Urges President-Elect Trump to Maintain U.S. Commitment to End HIV/AIDS - World AIDS Day 2016

As the world pauses to mark World AIDS Day on December 1, 2016, The AIDS Institute sent a letter to President-elect Donald J. Trump urging him and his Administration to maintain U.S. leadership in the fight against HIV/AIDS, both domestically and globally.

AIDS Alliance Website Link

Click on the following URL link to be redirected to the official AIDS Alliance website: www.aids-alliance.org

Review of Florida Qualified Health Plans for 2017 (QHPs)

See The AIDS Institute's reivew of Qualified Health Plans for 2017 below.

146 Organizations Urge President Trump to Adequately Fund Domestic HIV/AIDS Programs in FY18

As the Administration develops the FY2018 budget request to the Congress, 146 organizations of the AIDS Budget and Appropriations Coalition (ABAC), a work group of the Federal AIDS Policy Partnership (FAPP), urge President Trump to maintain the necessary funding in order to continue addressing HIV/AIDS in the United States.   

Read the full letter here.

146 Organizations Urge Congress to Adequately Fund Domestic HIV Programs

As Congress begins to draft the FY2018 budget and appropriations bills, 146 organizations of the AIDS Budget and Appropriations Coalition (ABAC), a work group of the Federal AIDS Policy Partnership (FAPP), urge them to continue to demonstrate their strong, bipartisan commitment to addressing HIV/AIDS in the United States.  

Read the full letter here.

The AIDS Institute Urges The House to Vote "NO" on American Health Care Act

The AIDS Institute sent a letter to The United States House of Representatives, urging them to vote "NO" on the recently introduced ACA replacement bill.

Read more here.

ABAC FY2018 Community Requests for Domestic HIV/AIDS Programs

The AIDS Budget and Appropriations Coalition wrote a letter to the Trump Administration, urging them to maintain the funding levels needed to continue addressing HIV/AIDS in the United States in the FY2018 budget.

Read the letter sign-on draft here.

The AIDS Institute Urges: Vote "NO" on the American Health Care Act

The AIDS Institute sent a letter to The House Ways and Means and Energy and Commerce Committees, urging them to vote "NO" on the recently introduced American Health Care Act.

Read the full letter here.

Comments Re: RIN 0938-AT14 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act; Market Stabilization

The AIDS Institute submitted comments to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act; Market Stabilization proposed rule.

Read the full comments here.

Letter to Senate HELP Committee: Concerns on ACA Repeal for People with HIV, Hepatitis, and other Chronic & Serious Conditions

"While the current law is not perfect, the ACA has provided health care coverage to more than 20 million Americans, including tens of thousands with HIV and hepatitis.

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