Congressional Spending Bill Maintains Nation's Commitment to Combating HIV & Hepatitis

“The AIDS Institute praises the Congress for rejecting cuts to several domestic HIV and related programs that were proposed earlier this year and instead, is proposing to either maintain or increase funding to critical HIV and hepatitis programs,” commented Carl Schmid, Deputy Executive Director of The AIDS Institute.


Vote “YES” to the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015

The AIDS Institute urges you to vote “YES” to approve the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 (BBA). This deal restores vital funding to both defense and non-defense discretionary spending for both FY2016 and FY2017, as well as ensures the United States will not default on its loans by lifting the debt ceiling until March 2017. Read more

159 AIDS Organizations Urge Congress to Restore Cuts to Domestic HIV/AIDS Programs

See letter organized by the AIDS Budget and Appropriations Coalition and signed by 159 organizations outlining the HIV/AIDS community’s serious concerns with several aspects of the House and Senate FY2016 appropriations bills.

The AIDS Institute Comments on House and Senate Funding Bills

The AIDS comments on House and Senate Funding Bills. Most HIV & Hepatitis funding maintained while numerous programs cut. Read more

President Obama’s Budget Maintains Strong Commitment to Domestic HIV and Hepatitis Programs

February 2, 2015 

The budget President Obama released demonstrates his strong commitment to ending infectious diseases by increasing funding for HIV and hepatitis prevention at the CDC and maintaining funding for lifesaving HIV health care and medications for those who cannot afford them in the United States. 

President's Budget

AIDS Budget and Appropriations Coalition FY2016 Funding Requests

Below is the AIDS Budget and Appropriations Coalition's (ABAC) fiscal year 2016 funding requests for federal HIV/AIDS programs. 

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