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  • Meeting-Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) Full Council Meeting, 06/07-08/99
  • Americans with Disabilities Act News Article on PACHA [Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS] – 12/95
  • Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS
  • : National AIDS Policy Office Series/Staff Member: Daniel Montoya Subseries: OA/LD Number: 21092 FolderlD: Folder Title: Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS, September 1996 DOMA [Defense of Marriage Act] Final Draft Stack: Row: Section: Shelf
  • Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS, September 1996 DOMA [Defense of Marriage Act] – Final Draft
  • , lowering the cost of protease inhibitors, needle exchange programs, the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS, pediatric drug labeling, AIDS vaccine funding and research, the AIDS Drug Assistance Program (ADAP), and invitations to panel discussions
  • , 1996 National Defense Authorization Act, Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PAHCA) meetings and discussions, Ryan White CARE (Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency) Act Reauthorization, and development of the National Strategy for HIV and AIDS
  • Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS and of the Georgia State AIDS Task Force, the Fulton County HIV Planning Council, and the Executive Committee of Cities Advocating Emergency AIDS Relief (CAEAR). 2012-0045-S http://www.clintonlibrary.gov 1 System
  • disability rules to speed approval of eligibility. o Creating the Office of National AIDS Policy at the White House and the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS. fiI. Research Developments & Opportunities for Progress A. THERAPEUTICS Implications
  • for the detailed agenda for this meeting. ~ agendapa.w Message Sent To: Bruce N. Reed/OPD/EOP David W. Beier/OVP @ DVP Elena Kagan/OPD/EOP Minyon Moore/WHO/EOP Christopher C. Jennings/OPD/EOP Barry J. Toiv/WHO/EOP , . Presidential Advisory Council on HIV
[03/18/1998] (Item)
  • ;OMB/O;EOP @ EOP [ OMB 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN TEXT: The Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS concluded their meetings today. I am attaching a series of documents that include recommendations, resolutions, letters, press statements, etc. from the meeting
  • Office Montoya, Daniel Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS, September 1996 DOMA [Defense of Marriage Act] – Final Draft [OA/ID 21092] Oval Office Operations General Files Gay Marriage Talking Points [OA/ID 5950] Press Secretary Same Sex Marriage [OA
  • NLWJC - Kagan DPC - Box 002 - Folder 001 AIDS - General [1] .J THE: WHITE: HOUSE: WASHINGTON December 17,1998 MEETING WITH THE PRESIDENTIAL ADVISORY COUNCIL ON HIV/AIDS DATE: LOCATION: BRIEFING TIME: EVENT: FROM: I. December 18, 1998 Cabinet
  • /OU;OMB/O;EOP @ EOP [ OMB 1 ) READ:UNKNOWN TEXT: The Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS will be meeting at the Omni Shoreham Hotel, 2500 Calvert, .December 4-7. I am attaching an agenda and a council member list. If you should need me, please
  • Ann F. LewisiWHO/EOP Bruce N. Reed/OPD/EOP Elena Kagan/OPD/EOP Sylvia M. MathewsiWHO/EOP Page Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS Executive Summaries Re-Write #3 Preamble EMBARGOED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE In the five years since he assumed office
[12/03/1997] (Item)
  • : PRESIDENTIAL (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR: Daniel C. Montoya ( CN=Daniel C. Montoya/OU=OPD/O=EOP [ OPD J ) CREATION DATE/TIME: SUBJECT: 3~DEC-1997 17:41:55.00 Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS TO: Donald H. Gips ( CN=Donald H. Gips/O=OVP @ OVP [ UNKNOWN J
  • efforts to combat the epidemic. The implementation of this Strategy will involve the relevant Federal Agencies, the private sector, community-based organizations, the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS, and people who are living with HTV and AIDS
  • HHS's pledge to reduce the number of teen suicides. Access to mY/AIDS Treatment (Patsy Fleming; Jeff Levi). Work with the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS, which has established a special working 14 group on this subject, to assess the impact
[03/13/1998] (Item)
  • * Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS Full Council Meeting March 1516, 1999 Embassy Suites Hotel Washington, DC MINUTES Present: R. Scott Hitt, M.D., Chair; Stephen N. Abel, D.D.S.; Terje Anderson; Regina Aragon; Barbara Aranda-Naranjo, Ph.D., R.N.; Judith
  • in recent days that the ban" on Federal funding "was aboutto be lifted." Dr. R. Scott Hitt, head of the presidential Advisory Council on HIV and AIDS, said of yesterday's announcement: "At best, this is hypocrisy, At worst, it's a lie. And n"o rl1atterwhat
  • of 1 (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR: Sandra Thurman ( CN=Sandra Thurman/OU=OPD/O=EOP [ OPD ] ) CREATION DATE/TIME: 7-DEC-1997 18:03:05.00 SUBJECT: Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS Report TO: Miguel M. Bustos ( CN=Miguel M. Bustos/O=OVP @ OVP
  • Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS Final review continues of nearly 200 applicants. The goal is to recommend 21 people, and 10 alternatives to the President by January 10, 1994. The charter has received preliminary approval from White House Counsel. Washington
  • Advisory Council on Hiv/AIDS met September ~~10 in Bethesda. Members reviewed a draft of the National Strategy on HIV/AIDS prior to broader circulation of the draft to the community., They expressed support for the President's efforts to increase funding
  • Survival and Development in Atlanta. The task force is sponsored by such respected organizations as UNICEF, the World Health Organization and the Rockefeller Foundation. Thurman's AIDS-related activities include serving on the Presidential Advisory Council
  • or geophysical information concerning wells (b)(9) of the FOIA) Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS CONEIIlEl'n'IAbCONT ACT INFORMATION (Council) Stephen N. Abel, D.D.S. St. Clare's Hospital 415 W. 51st Street New York, NY 10019 (212) 459-8409 (212) 724
  • . ~t will help ensure that victims of domestic violence the same opportunities as others to become selfficient through work. AIDS/HIV POLICY Advisory Council Meeting -- The Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS met September 8-10 in Bethesda
  • of positive press on this announcement, including coverage on ABC News, CNN, every major newspaper, and a lead story on CBS News on Tuesday. AIDS -- Needle Exchange: Following the needle exchange decision, AIDS advocates and the Presidential Advisory Council
[11/13/1998] (Item)
[05/08/1998] (Item)
  • appreciate the passion that you and other members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS bring to the debate. assured that my commitment to ending this epidemic -- and to Be ARMS Email System responding to the needs of those already living
  • which you and other members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS bring to the debate. Be assured that my commitment to ending this epidemic -- and to responding to the needs of those already living with HIV and AIDS -remains firm. We must all
  • Policy Council CC: THE weekly report ,Mi~ler The Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS met on July 27th arid 28th.' The Council was briefed by a .wide ~ange o'f Administration ,officials, developed initial recommendations for immediate action
  • with editors of the New York. Times. The Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS meets next week, April 24-26. CRIME AND DRUGS Anti-Terrorism Bill. law enforcement groups are not pleased with the final legis ion. A few of them, such as the Federal Law
  • years) and strong support for reauthorization of the CARE Act. • Easing of Social Security disability rules to speed approval of eligibility. • Creation of the Office of National AIDS Policy at the White House; the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV
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  • will continue to support retention of the HHS Secretary's authority to decide whether to allow local communities to use federal funds for needle exchange programs. I appreciate the passion which you and other members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV
  • , such as minority and women ts health-must be involved in the vaccine effort. , , • 4. The Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS requests a progress report from tbe mV/AIDS vaccine couneil and from the NIH AIDS Vaccine Research . C
  • disease if that study prohibited women from volunteering solely because of their child·bearing potential. This approacli reflected the recommendation of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS. I understand that the Agency currently is reviewing