Appropriations

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. 

The AIDS Institute Submits Written Testimony to the Senate Appropriations Health Commitee

May 23, 2014 

"Over the past thirty years we have made great progress in the fight against HIV/AIDS and are truly at a tipping point. However, without stable and adequate funding that progress is in jeopardy, as well as the lives of millions who are or will be infected."

President Obama’s Budget Maintains Strong Commitment to Domestic HIV/AIDS Programs

March 5, 2014 

“The budget President Obama outlined yesterday demonstrates his strong commitment to ending HIV"...."However, the budget proposes to eliminate funding for Part D of the Ryan White Program"..."We call upon Congress to reject this proposal.” 

Domestic HIV/AIDS Funding Cuts Partially Restored

January 14, 2014

"While we are pleased to see some restoration of the cuts caused by sequestration, the overall trend is very troubling if we are to make real progress in ending AIDS."

Read the press release here.

Help Fight HIV/AIDS Funding Cuts

September 23, 2013

The AIDS Institute Needs Your Input to Help Fight HIV/AIDS Funding Cuts

Click here or below to read the alert and take the survey.

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