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  • Needle Exchange [1]
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  • Drugs-Needle Exchange [1]
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  • Needle Exchange [1]
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  • Needle Exchange: Dimensions of HIV Prevention [publication]
  • Needle Exchange Programs: Research Suggests Promise as an AIDS Prevention Strategy – March 1993 [report]
  • to H.R. 3717 and similar measures that seek to restrict needle exchange programs designed to reduce the transmission of HIY/AlDS. . I . . Almost ,a year ago,the ~ reaffinned existing policy supporting needle exchange programs as an effective mdsure
  • Needle Exchange [1]
  • : Speechwriting Series/Staff Member: Jonathan Prince Subseries: OA/ID Number: 10443 FolderiD: Folder Title: 1997 AIDS- Needle Exchange, ADAP [AIDS Drug Assisted Programs] Stack:' Row: Section: Shelf: Position: s 91 7 2 2 I;:- : .·i
  • 1997 – AIDS – Needle Exchange, ADAP [AIDS Drugs Assisted Programs]
  • : In accordance with the request of the committee included in Senate Report 104-368, I am transmitting the enclosed report reviewing completed and ongoing research on the efticacy of needle exchange programs in 'reducing HIV transmission and their impact
  • Needle Exchange [3]
  • authorit:y to decide whether to allow local communi!;.ies to use federal funds for, needle exchange programs.', . , Recently. the" SecretarY released a report indicating that needle exchange programs can help reduce HIV transmission without
  • Needle Exchange [1]
  • , 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
  • WithdrawallRedaction Sheet Clinton Library lM,n~ ,SUlIJECTrJJTLE DUCUMlt: 001. Reed 10 porus rc: Needle Exchange (2 p~gcs) memo 4/6/98 P5 COLL£C'I'IO~; Clinton Presldcntlit! Ream:Js Domestic Polley Counell
  • Needle Exchange [2]
  • WithdrawallRedaction Sheet Clinton Library DOCUMENT NO. AND TYPE 001. memo DATE SUBJECTrrITLE Draft Memorandum- Needle Exchange (5 pages) 10/23/96 RESTRICTION P5 COLLECTION: ' Clinton Presidential Records Domestic policy Council Chris
  • Needle Exchange [2]
  • .THE WHITE HOUSE WASHINGTON MAR - A Ill) MEMORANDUM TO CAROL RASCO FROM: SUBJECT: PATSYFLEMI~ Needle Exchange Programs The largest proportion of new AIDS cases is now related to injection drug use. HIV is transmitted through the sharing of used
  • HIV/AIDS Needle Exchange Meeting March 5, 1996
  • on Status of Needle Exchange Programs There have been a number of recent events involving needle exchange programs. On Febmary 13, a National Institutes of Health Consensus Conference Statement recommended lifting the ban on use of federal funds for needle
  • : Richard Socarides ( CN=Richard Socarides/OU=WHO/O=EOP [ WHO 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME:22-APR-1998 13:14:54.00 SUBJECT: Republicans blast Clinton on AIDS needle exchange TO: Andrew J. Mayock ( CN=Andrew J. Mayock/OU=WHO/O=EOP @ EOP [ WHO 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN
  • , 1998 MEMORANDUM FOR THE PRESIDENT FROM: Bruce Reed Elena Kagan Chris Jennings SUBJECT: Needle Exchange This memorandum addresses Administration options on needle exchange. With the congressional moratorium on needle exchange funding about to expire
  • : 22-APR-1998 19:52:43.00 SUBJECT: Feedback from the Caucuses on Needle Exchange TO: Janet Murguia ( CN=Janet Murguia/OU=WHO/O=EOP @ EOP [ WHO 1 ) READ:UNKNOWN TO: Robert B. Johnson ( CN=Robert B. Johnson/OU=WHO/O=EOP @ EOP [ WHO 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN
  • large soft money contributions, improve disclosure, and restrict backdoor campaign spending. A vote for bipartisan campaign finance reform will be a vote to strengthen our democracy and give ordinary voters the loudest voice. Needle Exchange Q&As May 5
  • @ EOP [ WHO 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN CC: Mindy E. Myers ( CN=Mindy E. Myers/OU=WHO/O=EOP @ EOP [ WHO 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN CC: Marjorie Tarmey ( CN=Marjorie Tarmey/OU=WHO/O=EOP @ EOP [ WHO 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN TEXT: There will be a Needles Exchange meeting tommorrow
  • created by Sandra Thurman. The printed email is best described as correspondence from Thurman concerning national and international AIDS/HIV policy. Related subjects found within this collection consist of but are not limited to “Needle Exchange,” AIDS
  • This collection consists of email concerning national and international HIV/AIDS policy sent and received by Sandra Thurman. Related subjects found within this collection consist of needle exchange, AIDS awareness events, and Sub-Saharan Africa
  • /1997 P6/b(6) . Memorandum to the President from Bruce Reed and Sandra Thurman. Subject: U.S. Conference of Mayors Needle Exchange Resolution. [partial} (1 page) n.d. P5 (fo~r 014. email Sandra Thurman to Karen E. Finney at Subject: Re: [none
  • : Needle Exchange This memorandum addresses Administration options on needle exchange, with the congressional moratorium as needle exchange funding about to expire, the AIDS community will soon put increased pressure on the Administration to release
  • does not contemplate that it comes, from an excise tax increase. Questions and Answers on Needle Exchange March 23, 1998 Q: What is your current position on needle exchange? A: Before authorizing the release of any Federal funds for needle
  • any joint adoption of a child between individuals who are not related by blood or marriage. This Act may be cited as the "District of Columbia Appropriations Act, 1999". j ( And the Senate agree to the same. NEEDLE EXCHANGE Subcommittee: District
  • ' April 9, 1998 MEMORANDUM FOR THE PRESIDENT FROM: Bruce Reed SUBJECT: Needle Exchange This memo presents you with several options on needle exchange, based on our prior discussions with you. It also provides further information on the positions
  • to continue to make a difference • President and the Secretary will continue to work with the Council to review their reports and to respond quickly and decisively The appropriateness of needle exchange programs should be determined by pnblic health experts
  • !J REPORT. 0ECI-~~1BER 30. 1996 I jANUARY 6. 1997 ..:.:· ... ·. 196 lgn~ring IHf PRESIDENT H~S SEEN the solution. ,_,L,_q, ', Jury's in: Needle exchanges slow the spread of AIDS ,_________ _c---~;. ,· Critics don't want .to feed a nasty
  • . ~ AIDS -- Needle Exchange: As we expected, your needle exchange decision provoked strong criticism from both ends of the political spectrum. On the one side, AIDS advocates and your Advisory Council on AIDS expressed great disappointment that we decided
  • the Caucuses on Needle Exchange TO: Richard Socarides READ: UNKNOWN TO: Elena Kagan ( CN;Elena Kagan/OU=OPD/O;EOP @ EOP [ OPD 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN CC: Sandra Thurman ( CN;Sandra Thurman/OU=OPD/O=EOP @ EOP [ OPD 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN CC: Minyon Moore ( CN=Minyon Moore
  • Jennings SUBJECT: Needle Exchange This memorandum addresses Administration options on needle exchange, With the congressional moratorium on needle exchange funding about to expire, the AIDS community will soon put increased pressure on the Administration
  • University) that established the goal of developing an HIV vaccine within ten years. 2) No new money for HIV prevention in the President's FY99 budget proposal. 3) The needle exchange decision, heightened by this morning's takeover of our office by AIDS
  • 1998 Appropriations Action: N/A Prepared By/Date: Jen Forshey (5-7788), Jonathan Blum (5-7844), 10/1/98 11 (Cf\lEED[EWPD Page 1] NEEDLE EXCHANGE Subcommittee: Ranking: Labor/HHS/Education High _ Medium X Low 1999 Budget Policy: FY 1999
  • Exchange This memorandum addresses Administration options on needle exchange. With the congressional moratorium on needle exchange funding about to expire, the AIDS community will soon put increased pressure on the Administration to release federal funds
[03/18/1998] (Item)
  • privacy protections. Automated Records Management Syslerr' Hex-Dump Conversion PACHA RESOLUTION ON NEEDLE EXCHANGE PROGRAMS March 17, 1998 WHEREAS we the members of the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/ AIDS have on several occasions advised
  • : 07.00 SUBJECT: ALERT: House to Vote to Ban Needle Exchange TO: Maria Echaveste ( CN=Maria Echaveste/OU=WHO/O=EOP @ EOP [ WHO 1 READ: UNKNOWN TO: Elena Kagan ( CN=Elena Kagan/OU=OPD/O=EOP @ EOP [ OPD 1 READ: UNKNOWN TO: Janet Murguia ( CN=Janet Murguia
  • Exchange: Your public health advisors at HHS are on the verge of concluding that needle exchange programs not only reduce the spread of AIDS, but also do not increase drug use. (Current law requires the Administration to make both these findings before
  • ·.·.·.·.·.·.·.·.·.·.·.·.·.·-~ Page 1 j ,,,,,, .. ,,,,,dn••••• .. •(•••• ... ,' NEEDLE EXCHANGE Q & A JUNE 19, 1997 Q: Do you believe local communities ought to be able to spend Federal money for needle exchange programs to help prevent spread of AIDS? A: Under current law
  • , including. medir;are, medicaid, substance abuse programs, drug treatment, support for needle exchange programs, concern for incarcerated populations, restoring benefits to legal immigrants and ensuring safety and efficacy concerns with regard to FDA approval
  • in a mutually acceptable manner. HHS is now attempting to draft such a letter. 7. Drugs -- Needle Exchange: As you know, the House version of the Labor-HHS appropriations bill includes a rider eliminating Secretary Shalala's authority to permit the use
  • , however, the national statistics are probably much higher. Connecticut's Needle Exchange With a 33 percent re'ductiori in HIV cases, the program under way in ; Bridgeport, Hartford and New Haven Is a model for other states. On the State Front 6
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention H IV prevention Dr. Marsha Martin, Special Assistant to the Secretary Dept. of Health and Human Services needle exchange issues and treatment access , 1 David Beier, Domestic Policy Director Office
  • to tho December meeting ofthc Presidential HIV I AIDS Advisory Council 3/12/97 Memorandum for the President From: Bruce Reed, Eric Goosby Il.2 Subject: Update on Statu. of Needle Exchange Programs 5/6197 5/16197 Memorandum for the President From
  • conCluCf8cnhat the lower the fraction of needles in circulation that contaminated, Jhe lower the risk of new infections. They went CD to recommend that needle exchange Programs are I SENT BY:Xerox Telecopier 7020 ; 5-17-96 ; 7:32AM; 202,6321096" 94562676
  • of communication among the AIDS community and the public health community. I I This excitement is tempered with the recent House-passed restriction· to the Secretary's authority to determine when it is appropriate to ~sefederal funds for needle exchange programs
  • Brown -Event Memo - Background -Needle Exchange memo from Bruce Reed - Lorna Prieta Earthquake Update from FEMA Speech to U.S. Conference of Mayors -Event Memo -Remarks - Background - DPC Analysis ofUSCM Resolutions - Qs & As on Clean Air Regulations
[02/23/1998] (Item)
AIDS [2] (Item)
  • Controi lll1d Prevention I I , . i i Needle Exchange 10M Study \ I I 'I, I Findings . j, Ii • Needle exchange programs increase availability. of sterile injection equipment :1 ,I i, I' I: • The lower the fraction of contaminated
  • policy, AIDS, needle exchange program, adoption, National Service, and administration accomplishments. The files contain incoming correspondence, reports and articles, memos, handwritten notes, schedules, and various printed material. Also in the Subject
  • budgets, child care and child support, Earned Income Tax Credit, empowerment zones, health care, organ donations, immigration, lobbying reform, National Performance Review, political reform, race relations, taxes, urban policy, AIDS, needle exchange
  • Budget. (where available) recommendations for the FY 1999 The provisions we've included are: 1. Needle Exchange - Probably the stickiest issue this year. It will require extensive consultation within the Administration. Detailed background
  • , Sarah A. Bianchi/OPD/EOP cc: Subject: POTUS Q&A Amy Tobe asked that we pull together Q&A on l)Tobacco and 2)Needle Exchange to give the President tomorrow for a possible press availability later this week. Paul, could you pull together the latest and get
  • in the minority community. The latter increase is particularly striking and meets the Congressional Black Caucus's request for funding. 5. Health Care -- Needle Exchange: One of our greatest disappointments in the budget is a provision that not only prohibits
  • : Sarah A. Bianchi (NOTES MAIL) ( CN;Sarah A. Bianchi/OU;OPD/O;EOP [ OPD ] ) CREATION DATE/TIME:20-APR-1998 22:12:28.00 SUBJECT: q&as on needle exchange TO: Laura Emmett READ: UNKNOWN ( CN;Laura Emmett/OU;WHO/O;EOP @ EOP [ WHO] TO: Elena Kagan ( CN
  • 1 of 3 (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR: Richard Socarides ( CN=Richard Socarides/OU=WHO/O=EOP [ WHO 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME:31-AUG-1997 14:56:19.00 SUBJECT: HRC Release: Support for Needle Exchange Continues To Rise TO: Maria Echaveste ( CN=Maria Echaveste/OU
  • of their increased commitment to research, and your asking to be engaged whenever obstacles arise in the research area -- demonstrate that you are taking a personal interest in this effort. Key Issue: Funding for Clean Needle Exchange Prog.rams The largest
  • the President their thoughts on what he could do to further fight the epidemic. Among these were: federal funding for needle exchange (Talking points attached.) One man asked him to deliver a prime time message to the nation on AIDS. The structure
  • n s b i l l a ban on same-sex couple a d o p t i o n s w h i l e l e a v i n g i n p l a c e language b a r r i n g t h e c i t y from f u n d i n g c l e a n needle exchange programs. Richard Socarides, s p e c i a l a s s i s t a n t t o P r e s i
  • prevention program, Congress has·restricted certain HIV prevention activities, especially as they are linked to sex, homosexuality, drug use, and sex education. Needle Exchange Congress has consistently prohibited, for example, the use of federal funds
  • prevention activities, especially as they are linked to sex, homosexuality, drug use, and sex education. Needle Exchange Congress has consistently prohibited, for example, the use of federal funds for needle exchange programs. In April 1998, Secretary
  • ? .ARMS Email System Page 1 of3 RECORD TYPE: PRESIDENTIAL (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR: Richard Socarides ( CN;Richard Socarides/OU;WHO/O;EOP [ WHO 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME: 6-AUG-1997 09:16:08.00 SUBJECT: HRC Release: ABA Endorses Needle Exchange To Curb HIV
  • =Richard Socarides/OU=WHO/O=EOP [ WHO 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME: 6-AUG-1997 09:16:08.00 SUBJECT: HRC Release: ABA Endorses Needle Exchange To Curb HIV/AIDS TO: Joshua Gotbaum ( CN=Joshua Gotbaum/OU=OMB/O=EOP @ EOP [ OMB 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN TO: Sandra Thurman
  • Couples Prohibition cif use of funds for needles (local funds in DC) Needle Exchange (National) IMF Mexico City National Educational Testing Prescription Contraceptives FEC NLRB OSHA Peer Review Census Quincy Library UN arrears . .. October 11, 1998 (1
AIDS 1993 [6] (Item)
  • to highlight the wide-ranging support that Dr. Satcher enjoys. Committee members will question Dr. Satcher closely about needle exchange, the ethics of the AIDS trials in Africa, and our proposal to combine the Office of the Surgeon General with the Assistant
  • adoptions in the District by couples that are unmarried or not related by blood. An amendment that would prohibit the use of Federal or local funds for needle exchange programs and would prohibit private agencies from supporting needle exchange programs
  • WASHINGTON BLADE August 14, 1998 http://www.washblade.com House passes adoptions ban Needle exchange targeted by Lou Chibbaro Jr. The U.S. House of Representatives on August 7 approved separate amendments that seek to prohibit D.C. from allowing unmarried
  • . by Unmarried Couples . 1 we'w... Prohibition on the Use of Federal and Local Funds for D.C. Needle Exchang Programs ( L.....J ~ ""..:h ~ h )1AuM..h.c.-. o~ . Prohibition on Payment of Attorney's Fees in Special Education Cases • 4 ~ 10-07-1998
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  • adds to the tendency for disapproval of drug use to shade over into hatred of drug users and dealers. The political controversy over needle exchange programs illustrates this phenomenon. Several careful studies have found that exchange programs not only
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  • not fit easily into the established topics, so Advocates created a separate section on general state policies. This section examines state laws on minors' emancipation and needle exchange policies . Needle exchange programs are important in preventing
  • CLINTON LIBRARY PHOTOCOPY I . · I · I 1 ' ' :·, ·. . ..: I Withdrawal/Redaction Sheet Clinton Library DOCUMENT NO. DATE SUBJECT/TITLE RESTRICTION AND TYPE Reed to POTUS re: Needle Exchange (2 pages) 4/6/98 P5 COLLECTION: Clinton
[08/13/1997] (Item)
  • the Budget print schedules. My main concern is that there may be differing views on some of these (e.g., Needle Exchange) and follow-up discussions may be necessary. If so, they would have to occur as early next week as possible. We also
  • NLWJC - Kagan DPC - Box 036 - Folder 009 POTUS Press Conference Q&A 6/20/97 NEEDLE EXCHANGE Q & A JUNE 19, 1997 Q: Do you believe local communities ought to be able to spend Federal money for needle exchange programs to help prevent spread
AIDS [1] (Item)
  • .",~:- ... . ", ~. , " ' . •,,:< / /. Endorse option for local communities to decide for themselves on whether to use Centers for Disease Control (CDC) block grant dollars for needle exchange programs, among other ! interventions, to help prevent spread of AIDS. Description: San Francisco
  • /O=EOP [ WHO 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME:24-DEC-1997 10:33:32.00 SUBJECT: Law Enforcement Consultation on Needle Exchange TO: Sylvia M. Mathews ( CN=Sylvia M. Mathews/OU=WHO/O=EOP @ EOP [ WHO 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN TO: Elena Kagan ( CN=Elena Kagan/OU=OPD/O
  • Email System RECORD TYPE: PRESIDENTIAL Page 1 of 1 (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR: Todd A. Summers ( CN=Todd A. Summers/OU=OPD/O=EOP [ OPD 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME:24-APR-1998 14:46:34.00 SUBJECT: ondcp/needle exchange TO: Elena Kagan ( CN=Elena Kagan/OU=OPD/O
[04/27/1998] (Item)
  • Page 1 of 1 (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR: Todd A. Summers ( CN=Todd A. Summers/OU=OPD/O=EOP [ OPD 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME:27-APR-1998 13:32:58.00 SUBJECT: Needle exchange talking points TO: Elena Kagan ( CN=Elena Kagan/OU=OPD/O=EOP @ EOP [ OPD 1 ) READ
  • Exchange Q&As April 29, 1998 Q: What is your position on the Solomon Amendment to prohibit any Federal funding for needle exchange programs? A: The Administration strongly opposes this legislation because it is unnecessary and unwarranted. We believe
[06/20/1997] (Item)
  • : UNKNOWN TEXT: Attached is update on needle exchange, AIDS guidelines, and the Congressional health update on Medicare and Medicaid. We will send you our summary on children's health and the tobacco tax shortly as this is all changing right now. We are also
  • Email System RECORD TYPE: PRESIDENTIAL Page 1 of2 (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR: Sylvia M. Mathews ( CN;Sylvia M. Mathews/OU;WHO/O;EOP [ WHO 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME:21-JUL-1997 19:21:19.00 SUBJECT: Needle Exchange Q & A This looks good to me. I am concerned
  • issues, such as needle exchange, to the forefront. Limited. FDA Commissioner Nomination Select and nominate FDA Commissioner and get confmned. This Fall. Fill FDA Commissioner position. If handled poorly, this nomination could become controversial
  • , public health experts, activists and its own AIDS advisers, the Clinton aOministration is moving to lift a 10-yearold ban on using federal funds for needle exchange programs, according to key individuals close to the issue. Although the administration's
  • of the high profile issues we were expecting, including needle exchange and AIDS research in Africa. It appears likely that the full Senate vote on Dr. Satcher's confirmation will take place as early as the week of October ~ 10. Health Care -- Kassebaum
  • prevention activities, especially as they are linked to sex, homosexuality, drug use, and sex education. Needle Exchange Congress has consistently prohibited, for example, the use of federal funds for needle exchange programs. In April 1998, Secretary
AIDS 1994 [3] (Item)
  • (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR: Sandra Thurman ( CN=Sandra Thurman/OU=OPD/O=EOP [ OPD 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME:17-JUL-1997 19:18:51.00 SUBJECT: Weekly Report TO: Elena Kagan ( CN=Elena Kagan/OU=OPD/O=EOP @ EOP [ OPD 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN TEXT: Needle Exchange
  • would consider ,. • ARMS Email System Page 2 of3 resigning, mostly because of anger over needle exchanges. Hitt has not taken a position on the idea of resigning. But he has met recently with Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala
  • ? Oon'l Know 6'1. I~ CONDOMS IN HIGH SCHOOLS Do you favor programs that give free condoms to HS atudenta to atop AIDS? NEEDLE EXCHANGE PROGRAMS Do you favor needle exchange programs for drug uaera to help atop AIDS? Yes 63 Don't Know Don't Know 5 45
  • to convert ARMS_EXT: [ATTACH.D78]MAIL41982781Y.126 to ASCII, The following is a HEX DUMP: FF5750433C050000010A020100000002050000005EIF0000000200OOE134EDICD143375003BEIA Automated Records Management Systerr Hex-Dump Conversion Needle Exchange Q&As April 29
  • 2000 Budget "Side-by-Side" Comparison for Selected Provisions Titles II and V of LIHHS Bill FY 1999 Enacted FY 1999 President's Budget Needle Exchange Sec. 505. Notwithstanding any other provision of this Act, no funds appropriated under this Act
Budget [3] (Item)
  • FY 1994 BUDGET BRIEFING MARCH 17, 1993 Page Policy Issues: Abortion-related general provisions (Hyde amendment).......... 1 Boston Harbor wastewater treatment construction................... 3 Needle exchange prohibition
[12/04/1997] (Item)
  • . OMB staff and HHS (where available) recommendations for the FY 1999 Budget. The provisions we've included are: 1. Needle Exchange - Probably the stickiest issue this year. It will require extensive consultation within the Administration. Detailed
  • Safety Follow through on agency conunitrnents in June report to President to issue new regulations on food safety and launch public-private initiative .. This fall Improve safety of our nation's food supply. Needle Exchange Lift the ban on federal
  • Hex-Dump Conversion · ... {~ NEEDLE EXCHANGE Question: Will you work to lift the ban on federal funding of needle exchange programs? Answer: Not at this time. As you know, the congressional ban remains in effect until the Secretary ofHHS can
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  • resigning, mostly because of anger over needle exchanges. Hitt has not taken a position on the idea of resigning. But he has met recently with Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala and White House aides in hopes of getting some action before
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  • rates in exchange program users as compared.to non-user controls. The l'atter report will certainly draw much attention from the press because it makes it irrefutable that syringe/needle exchange programs do protect from HIV infection., Th~y do so
  • and its own AIDS advisers, the Clinton administration is moving to lift a 10-yearold ban on using federal funds for needle exchange programs, according to key individuals close to the issue. Although the administration's official stand is that it is still
  • that seemed to endorse needle exchange programs to reduce the spread if AIDS. Do you support such programs or do you believe they will encourage drug use? A: We have made a great deal of progress in our efforts to fight AIDS. I was pleased by last week's
  • with Tim Wirth, Department of State'on' international issues; Jo Ivey Boufford, Joycelyn Elders, Bill Corr, and Patsy Fleming on the Deputy Director position; and Nan Hunter to discuss needle exchange policy. Society for the Advancement of Women's Health
  • efforts, again cutting into the funding available in the bill for public health and research. The CraigCoverdell amendment also includes a permanent prohibition on the use of federal monies for PHOTOCOPY w~c HANDWRITING '", .,\ ...... 2 needle
  • -drug efforts, funding for smoking cessation, education, and counteradvertising programs would decrease by about 80 percent. The amendment also prohibits the use of federal monies for needle exchange and allows states to give education vouchers
  • POTUS Speech 1997 FHA Premium Reduction: Cities 1997 State of the Cities Report: Drafts 1997 AIDS: Needle Exchange, ADAP 1997 Morgan State Commencement Planning 1997 Treasury: CDFI Fund 1997 G.I. Bill for Workers 1997 Young Drivers 1997 TANF Program
  • . Dietetic Association L u n c h ' . Families USA Medicaid Meeting HIV /AIDS Needle Exchange Meeting NGA Education Summit Meeting .' Close-up Foundation Meeting . Compt. Sharp call COS Immigration Meeting (employment -immigration) SSA Meeting Lt. Gov. Bullock
  • other than HIV especially substance abuse, mental disability, homelessness, or a combination thereof. a Linkages to early intervention as well as repetitive exposure to prevention messages are essential to slowing the spread of the virus. g Needle
  • Reduction – Cities [OA/ID 10443] 1997 – State of the Cities Report – Drafts [1] [OA/ID 10443] Box 11 1997 – State of the Cities Report – Drafts [2] [OA/ID 10443] 1997 – AIDS – Needle Exchange, ADAP [AIDS Drugs Assisted Programs] [OA/ID 10443] 1997 – Morgan
  • OF COLUMBIA • Permit Use of Federal Funds for Private School Vouchers in D.C. • Prohibition on Adoption in D.C. by Unmarried Couples • Prohibition on the Use of Federal and Local Funds for D.C. Needle Exchange Programs • Abortion (Prohibition
  • OF COLUMBIA • Permit Use of Federal Funds for Private School Vouchers in D.C. • Prohibition on Adoption in D.C. by Unmarried Couples • Prohibition on the Use of Federal and Local Funds for D.C. Needle Exchange Programs • Abortion (Prohibition
  • the Health Care Benefits Expansion Act of 1992. NeedJe Exchange Programs. The bill contains a ban that would seriously disrupt current AIDS/HIV prevention efforts by prohibiting the use of Federal and local funds for needle exchange programs. H.R. 2587
  • Arrangements [2] Needle Exchange [1] Needle Exchange [2] Nursing Home Quality Nursing Home Quality Nursing Home Quality Nursing Home Quality Nursing Homes Organ Donations [1] Organ Donations [2] Organ Donations [3] Organ Donations [4] Organ Donations [5] Organ
  • , education technology and Title I Education for Disadvantaged; and numerous riders such as blocking educational testing, limiting participation of students in bilingual education to two years, banning all needle exchange programs and blocking the HHS organ
  • market needs of our rapidly changing economy. Page 1 of2 ARMS Email System '" RECORD TYPE: PRESIDENTIAL (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR: Barry J. Toiv ( CN=Barry J. Toiv/OU=WHO/O=EOP [ WHO 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME:23-MAR-1998 11:21:26.00 SUBJECT: Needle
  • editorial on needle exchange from the Boston Globe that Sandy asked that I forward to you. April 1, 1998, Wednesday, City Edition EDITORIAL PAGE; Pg. A18 Squeamish on needle exchanges Boston and Cambridge have had a needle exchange program for four years now
  • of a needle exchange provision that prevents the District of Columbia from using their own funds for needle exchange programs. We strongly opposed this provision because it strips federal funds from community-based agencies trying to stop the spread of HIV
[05/08/1998] (Item)
  • CN=Elena Kagan/OU=OPD/O=EOP @ EOP [ OPD 1 ) TEXT: Can you give me a quick pass on this? see bold. I revised the sentence you noted - Dan Burkhardt wants to get the letter out. Todd Dear Dr. Hitt: Thank you for your letter regarding needle exchange
  • with increasing pressures to address the needle exchange issue; and passing FDA reform among others. High-priorities I Current commitments I. Children's health implementation 2. Medicare reform: Commission and anti-fraud and abuse initiatives 3. Tobacco
  • 06:49:17.00 SUBJECT: Re: FYI: Heads up on possible Bruce Reed Memo on Needle Exchange Programs TO: Joshua Gotbaum ( CN=Joshua Gotbaum/OU=OMB/O=EOP @ EOP [ OMB ) READ:UNKNOWN TEXT: Unable to convert ARMS_EXT: [MESSAGE.D28)MAIL42435234E.026
  • initiative announced on October 28, and Ry?n White reauthorization and quality of care. FY 1999 was a banner year in terms of money available. ONAP has important allies in OMB.and in other parts of the Administration in connection with needle exchange, which
[08/26/1997] (Item)
  • with Congress to get him confirmed. Mid-Septemb er. Address a multi-year vacancy. By the very nature of the position, this nomination could be controversial. Nomination could bring controversial issues, such as needle exchange, to the forefront. Limited
  • continue our efforts to ensure that these citizens have access to needed treatments. Q: Do you believe local communities ought to be able to spend Federal money for needle exchange programs to help prevent spread of AIDS? A: Under current law
Pillars [2] (Item)
  • . \ ./ ....... :edle Exchange Lift the ban on federal · funding for needle exchange. (HHS Secretary has the authority if she determines programs would not increase overall drug use. No decision has been made. HIV infections among injection drug users, their sexual
  • Management System Hex-Dump Conversion Sunday. March 15 (Continued} 6:00 Prevention Subcommittee 3:00 p.m. Update and Discussion on the Federal Funding for Needle Exchange Moratorium Jane Silver, National Organizations Responding to AIDS 4:00 p.m. Review
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  • =EOP [ OPD 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME: 14-JAN-1998 13:11:20.00 SUBJECT: ONDCP Concerns About Needle Exchange TO: Elena Kagan ( CN=Elena Kagan/OU=OPD/O=EOP @ EOP [ OPD 1 READ:UNKNOWN TEXT: ---------------------- Forwarded by Sandra Thurman/OPD/EOP on 01/14
  • to record times Q: Is it true that the The PresidentD,s own Advisory Council on HIV!AIDS is prepared to resign as a result of his decision not to fund needle exchange programs? A: While some members of the Council have expressed frustration from time
  • Rep. Tiahrt Amendment Passes Denying D.C. Money For Needle Exchange Programs WASHINGTON -- In the latest of series of legislative attacks against gay Americans and people at risk for HIV, two amendments to the District of Columbia House Appropriations
  • to dIscuss needle exchange programs. '. Kathi, Jeremy, Steve and Donsia will attend a meeting regarding the financing provisions of welfare reform as.relates to immigrants. ' . ' Donsia will continue to participate in meetings regarding legislation which
  • to make a significant impact in IteJDDrlng the tide of the epidemic. (4) Tbero is scientiru: cmdence thit conuoversia1. harm reduction' approaches, such as needle exchange programs, can be effective. Among the concJ,usions preaented in a . =eDt report
  • Reform • " 'IDEA Riggs,Amendment • 1 I I i • Via,gra I i • AbortiOR C • Needle Exchange , • Black Lung Regulations • , , Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Training ' • , • • . . . . . ' : Railroad Retirement Board
  • generally, I.am nanetheless disappainted that the Cangress has chasen to' deny' the peaple af the District af Calumbia the right to' save lives with a praven HIV preventian pragram af needle exchange. The Cangress' actian will deny Federal funding
AIDS 1994 [7] (Item)
  • At Last Minute, White House Political Fears Killed Needle Funding Clinton Assails Gingrich Stance On Big Tobacco Democrats Prepare to Cast Fight Along Partisan Lines Clinton Decides To Maintain Ban On Funding For Needle Program Clinton Supports Needle
  • /ID 4715] Legislative Affairs Newell, Felton Polls [OA/ID 5279] National AIDS Policy Office Summers, Todd Issues – Needle Exchange – Polls [OA/ID 21080] National Economic Council Haacke, Carl Trade, Polls, Wages [1] [OA/ID 15355] Box 9 Trade, Polls
  • =EOP @ EOP [ OPD 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN TO: Laura Emmett ( CN=Laura Emmett/OU=WHO/O=EOP @ EOP [ WHO 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN TEXT: Could we get tps on AIDS and needle exchange for the book in addition to whatever you are planning on? ARMS Email System RECORD
  • for reinstituting eligibility upon completion of a drug rehabilitation program; and • A provision to prohibit the federal government from using federal funds "to carry out or support, directly or indirectly," any needle exchange program. - If the Craig-Coverdell
  • all administrative barriers to adoption. • A provision that would prohibit the use of Federal and local funds for needle exchange programs and would prohibit private agencies from supporting needle exchange programs if they receive Federal or local
  • grounds t h a t c e r t a i n p r o v i s i o n s o f t h e l e g i s l a t i o n v i o l a t e the fundamental p r i n c i p l e s o f s e l f - g o v e r n m e n t . They c i t e d t h e language on needle exchange, m e d i c a l m a r i j u a n
  • pleased with this remarkable outcome. However, there is disappointment regarding the inclusion in the final bill of a needle exchange provision that prevents the District of Columbia from using their own funds for needle exchange programs. We strongly
  • (according to several I spoke with) that Secretary Shalala is committed to lifting the needle exchange ban. There are varying interpretations as to when and how. Getting it done during the congressional recess has been discussed. Several of the AIDS groups
Cloning [2] (Item)
  • w i l l stand behind l o c a l communities i f they choose to sponsor careful needle exchange programs. Even i f we can prevent a l l further transmissions of HIV, we s t i l l have a r e s p o n s i b i l i t y to treat and care for the m i l l i o
  • . It will be directed by the Office of National AIDS Policy. What about needle exchange programs? The report clearly identifies drugs users and their sexual partners as a population that requires priority attention. The question of how to specifically address those
  • in cities with a needle-exchange program (NEP) or without paraphernalia laws that put them at risk of arrest and prosecution if they are carrying it syringe. IDUs reported using needles from reliable sources for fewer injections. The majority reported
  • exchange, ',programs decrease inV transmission and do not increase N drug use. A recent report by.the National Academy of Sciences found that needle ·exchange programs do ,reduce HIV transmission and don't increase drug, use. There have been numerous calls
  • of needle exchanges--which unanimously indicated that they help reduce the rate of HIV infections without promoting drug use. The next logical step would have been for the Clinton administration to lift the ban on federal funding of clean-needle programs
[01/14/1999] (Item)
  • to conference attendees. Key Hot Issues Medicaid -- Medicaid is the number one issue. The President's commitment to the program as an entitlement and strong statements in the speech will be reassuring to the community. Needle Exchange There is a lot of interest
Tuskegee (Item)
  • community, ranging from the notion that AIDS is a plot to exterminate black people to the idea that needle exchange programs fuel a drug epidemic that 13 Gamble, Vanessa, "A Legacy of Distrust: African Americans and Medical Research," Am J of Preventive
  • ( CN=Eric R. Anderson/0=OVP @ OVP [ UNKNOWN ] ) READ:UNKNOWN TEXT: Here we go: I w i l l have from POTUS: budget and taxes campaign f i n a n c e tobacco s l a v e r y apology disney climate control ozone air quality same sex marriage AIDS/needle
  • in using its credibilit.y to convince the administration of Mayor Dinkins to re-examine needle exchange programs as a method to test ways to decrease the spread of AIDS in the drug injecting community and among the sexual partners and potential children
  • )ERAL FUNOING OF NEEDLE [eXCHANGE PROGRAMS'! A:. Current law prohibit~ the Administration [r'om authorizing the usc Federal funds for needle exchange programs unless there is conclu::;ivc evidence that they do not encourage drug use! Although [here
  • discl(\s~ gc(}lngicul or gC'lpllysical infon'13linn C(l!1ccming ..... clls l(h)(91 oi"lbc FOIA I. TH E: WH ITE HOUSE: WASHINGTON April 19, 1998 MEMORANDUM FOR TIlE PRESIDENT' FROM: Bruce Reed SUBJECT: Needle Exchange You should try to make
  • an on~budget ~ficit. This would be inconsistent with the Presidenfs constitutional authority to "recommend to [Congress'] Consideration such ~ea.!.jures as he shall judge necessary and expedient. oI • . Needle Exchange (House-passed). The FY 200! Budget
  • Survey on Drug Abuse, which is our single best source of information on youth drug use and youth smoking and is important for evaluating the impact of substance abuse prevention, treatment, and enforcement efforts. 1\ Needle Exchange. The Subcommittee
  • ~ ... We did comment on the proposed language on needle exchange after consulting with both Chris Jennings and Kevin Thurm. I will forward a copy of the memo to you. I had a lengthy discussion with Kevin last week regarding this issue. HHS does not plan
  • of dialogue that I think need to be explored. April. Q Mr. President, General Barry McCaffrey is in the midst of controversy over the needle exchange program, as well as a personality conflict. Mr. President, what are your words to General McCaffrey's
  • ) ,The President should direct the Secretary of,Health and Human Services to provide a recommendation (within 90 days) regarding the impact of needle exchange programs onmV infection and substance abuse. The recommendation should be based upon current reports
[08/04/1998] (Item)
  • , drug dealers, pimps, and/or boyfriends who refuse to use condoms. HIV/STD education and prevention efforts targeting sex workers focus on interventions, such as needle exchange, bleach kit distribution, drug treatment, condom distribution, and HIV
  • or existing U.S. immigration barriers, which have been a source of global controversy. Although the documents *: encourage'• the use of s t e r i l e needles by intravenous drug users, they do not s p e c i f i c a l l y recommend needle exchange programs
Pell Grants (Item)
  • approved Hoekstra . amendment prohibiting use of funds in Act forTeams~~rs reelection supervi(sion. ,. Abortion: Hquse and Senate expand existing "Hyde" language limiting abortion services under managed care ~lans. Needle Exchange: House language modifies
  • of the winner Set·up needle exchange programs; test the dispensing of illicit drugs under physician control, as in the UK Pass Federal pre-emption of state "any willing provider" and other anti· managed care laws; only slightly relax anti-trust laws Double
  • , and the President for presentation of awards and photo opportunity. Baltimore Presented keynote address at the Maryland Annual AIDS Conferencej held brief discussion with Governor Schaefer and Mayor Schmoke regarding Maryland's new needle exchange law. l:1inneapolis
  • Church Delegation Dinner Attendees letters Mark Harrison Meeting DPC Meeting on Comprehensive Strategies fo rChildren and FAmilies Am. Dietetic Association Lunch Families USA Medicaid Meeting HIV/ AIDS Needle Exchange Meeting NGA Education Summit Meeting
  • Lunch Families USA Medicaid Meeting· mv/AIDS Needle Exchange Meeting NGA Education Summit Meeting Close-up 'Foundation Meeting Compt. Sharp call COS Immigration Meeting (employment -immigration) , . SSA Me~ting LL Gov. Bullock call Comprehensive
  • iinportant AIDS awareness. M.yor Kurt Schmoke of Balti:more will also receive a Community Service Award for his visionary leadership in combating the AIDS epidemic with programs such as needle exchange Jnitiatives. . t 'i' 1875 Conllecticut At'e NW 4
  • , researcher~ and service providers working on AIDS among drug users. (One-year grant in 1990) $10,000 The Nation Institute 72 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10011 Symposium on issues .invol ving HIV / AIDS prevention, including needle exchanges. (One-year grant
  • that would prohibit the use of Federal and local funds for needle excbange programs and would proln"it private agencies from supporting needle excbange programs if they =ive Federal or loeal funds (even if the funds used for th. needle exchange programs
[03/13/1998] (Item)
  • At the suggestion of Rahm, we have been working on a joint statement with ONDCP on needle exchange. The idea is part process (working together to find some common ground) as well as an opportunity to also get our friend on the record in support of the Secretary
[03/31/1998] (Item)
  • : At the staff meeting today the following issues were discussed: 1. Equal Pay -- This week there is a VP Equal Pay event. At the event the VP will offer an administration endorsement of the Daschle Bill. 2. Needle Exchange -- Today is the end of the needle
  • =EOP @ EOP [ WHO 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN CC: Mindy E. Myers ( CN=Mindy E. Myers/OU=WHO/O=EOP @ EOP [ WHO 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN CC: Marjorie Tarmey ( CN=Marjorie Tarmey/OU=WHO/O=EOP @ EOP [ WHO 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN TEXT: There will be a Needles Exchange meeting
[10/01/1998] (Item)
  • , including HIV. The Administration urges the Committee to use compromise language forged in last year's Act, ensuring that grantees will encourage minors 10 seek their family's participation in family planning decisions. • Needle Exchange. The Committee
[11/13/1998] (Item)
[06/10/1998] (Item)
  • funding for needle exchange programs. • Just authorizations, not mandatory spending: The Coverdell amendment does not necessarily reduce spending on any other program, or require spending on drug programs. It simply authorizes a number of drug programs
  • per year for anti-drug efforts, creating another competitor for the diminishing pool of public health dollars. The amendment also includes a permanent prohibition on the use of federal monies for needle exchange and a program to allow education
[03/07/1997] (Item)
  • House and Federal Agencies. They then presented us with a rundown of the current t state of the epidemic and a series of public opinion polls showing support for further action in the areas of AIDS treatment, Vaccine development, Needle Exchange Programs
  • the POTUS in response to the letter from Bob Fogel, a member of the President's Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS, concerning needle exchange. Todd ---------------------- Forwarded by Todd A. Summers/OPD/EOP on 01/05/98 12:03 PM --------------------------- Sarah
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  • to be a priority. AI! Americans living with HIY and AIDS must have access to the health care and the social services they need to stay alive and healthy. Every weapon at our disposal, including needle exchange programs, must be put to good use to curb the further
  • needle exchange and harm reduction programs, and how to use the Americans with Disabilities Act to defend people with HTV, the Project has developed a new book designed to show activists how to pass local civilrightslaws banning discrimination based
  • " on her desk. Recently, she spoke at an event where condoms were placed on the centerpiece of each table. Needle Exchange Sh~ stated that, if she had the authority as Surgeon· General, she would declare a health emergency in Baltimore to allow Mayor
  • federal dollars on needle exchange programs. This would permit jurisdictions '-- at their option -- to use federal funds for such programs. The Academy found that needle exchange programs reduce HIV transmission, do 'not increase drug use I and often
  • ., 'I . . Other.Programs In the Sandtown-Winchester Neighborhood Baltimore. City Needle. Exchange Program-:mobile, unitpro~idescIean needles and treat~ent referral information (Baltimore City Department of Health). . Healthy Start-provides free pre
[09/28/1998] (Item)
  • =WHO/O=EOP @ EOP [ WHO 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN TEXT: As I mentioned an earlier e-mail, the CBC was scheduled to respond to our position on needle exchange today. As I write, they should be holding a press conference on the Hill. As I understand
  • trafficking efforts of the FBI and the Drug Enforcement Administration, allow federal funds to be spent on school vouchers for public school children who have been victims of violent crimes on school property, ban federal funding for needle-exchange progrcuns
  • , AIDS and birth control education,prevention and treatment efforts; experiment with needle· exchange and government-provided illicit drugs under physician supervision, as in the UK. 10. Encourage legislation to merge managed health insurance
AIDS 1994 [4] (Item)
  • expectations are so high. His potential for success is also without peer. in my view. I recently heard Dr. Morin speak eloquently about the topic of needle exchange (a very high priority for many community planning groups, and an intervention currently
  • clients, drug dealers, pimps, and/or boyfriends who refuse to use condoms. HIV/STD education and prevention efforts targeting sex workers focus on interventions. such as needle exchange, bleach kit distribution. drug treatment. condom distribution
  • Senior Staff Meeting, COS ct-GS: needle exchange 8:1Sa-9:00a Gaynor: BriefforWH EZ & VPOTUS CT, 9:30a-9:4Sa Conference C a l l ' , ,At conclUsion on:alTETtz and RaSco sfioulcftalKtODI--=a-=-na=-::-1 -=o:Cu"LtO'Connor emails. ab: :-: 1O:OOa-l 0:30a Crime
[0424/1998] (Item)
  • and resolutions. In addition to criticizing the Administration's leadership on drugs -- and highlighting controversial issues like needle exchange and medical marijuana -- the strategy will focus on following 3 themes: Deterring Demand -- Prevention starts at home
  • federal money for needle exchanges. The White House earlier announced it was extending the current ban on federal funding, but upset GOP lawmakers by agreeing with studies showing that local needle exchange programs have slowed the spread of AIDS. APNP-04
  • Page 1 of 1 (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR: Andrew J. Mayock ( CN;Andrew J. Mayock/OU;WHO/O;EOP ( WHO 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME:11-JUL-1997 17:00:46.00 SUBJECT: Needle Exchange TO: Elena Kagan ( CN=Elena Kagan/OU=OPD/O=EOP @ EOP ( OPD 1 READ: UNKNOWN CC: Sylvia
[06/12/1997] (Item)
  • [ OPD 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN TEXT: We really need a presence at the G-8 around the AIDS vaccine initiative. Also, I'm beginning to hear a lot about the Conference of Mayors and a protest around the needle exchange issue. ARMS Email System RECORD TYPE
AIDS [4] (Item)
  • -year, multi-site effort which is developing, implementing and evaluating a community-focused intervention to reduce high-risk behaviors among individuals at high risk for HIV infection. : i Syringe and Needle Exchange' Scientific research supported
  • OF MEETINGS 4:00p--4:15p Brieffor Needle Exchange: JBA and Patsy 4:30p-5:30p Needle Exchange Meeting, CHR's office (Fleming, 632-1090) 5:45p--{j:30p NGA Education Suminit Meeting, CHR's office (Ben-Ami, 6-5584) times on ___ Se'!4J~e_r to NGA . ----***DRUG­
  • i o u s Ways ( S c t r y . S h a l a l a ) 3,4 S c i e n t i s t s Urge L i f t i n g (Avis Of Ban On Needle Exchanges LaVelle) F o r Addicts 4 C l i n t o n Health E f f o r t Cost Put At $9.6 M i l l i o n More Health Care Reform C l i n t
  • and to expand AIDS education and research funding in all categories, including all vaccine-related research. I remain committed to helping all affected by the epidemic and to achieving a cure for this tragic, global epidemic. • On needle exchange: I belief
  • Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS, concerning needle exchange. Todd ---------------------- Forwarded by Todd A. Summers/OPD/EOP on 01/05/98 12:03 PM --------------------------- Sarah S. Knight 01/05/98 11:50:10 AM Record Type: Record , To: Todd A. Summers/OPD
[10/15/1998] (Item)
[03/07/1997] (Item)
  • it failed 47-51). The Senate also passed the D.C. bill by voice vote. without adopting the CoverdeH amendment prohibiting needle exchange program, Senators Lott and Daschle agreed to attempt during July to restore the prohibition (formerly in Senate rule XVI
[02/24/1998] (Item)
  • I CREATION DATE/TIME: 6-APR-1998 13:26:38.00 SUBJECT: Re: needle exchange TO: Elena Kagan ( CN=Elena Kagan/OU=OPD/O=EOP @ EOP [ OPD I ) READ: UNKNOWN TEXT: I told EB I'd go, your honor. ) ARMS Email System RECORD TYPE: PRESIDENTIAL Page 1 of 5
  • =Sandra Thurman/OU=OPD/O=EOP [ OPD 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME:22-AUG-1997 16:39:08.00 SUBJECT: Needle Exchange Policy TO: Elena Kagan ( CN=Elena Kagan/OU=OPD/O=EOP @ EOP [ OPD 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN TEXT: · ~ARMS Email System Page 1 of4 RECORD TYPE
[09/18/1998] (Item)
  • and education, needle exchange, rethinking incarceration (Jose Cerda) . CAPITAL FORMATION - Economics as the key to the future, role of major financial institutions ( Gene Sperling) . access to capital, CENSUS - Sampling, history of the undercount, obstacles
[01/22/1999] (Item)
  • Members will raise questions about needle exchange, the ethics of the AIDS trials in Africa, and our proposal to combine the Office of the Surgeon General with the Assistant Secretary of Health. We will be conducting prep sessions early next week, but even
  • . He was not questioned on many of the high profile issues we 4 '. Automated Records Management System Hex-Dump ConversIon were expecting, including needle exchange and AIDS research in Africa. It appears likely that the final full Senate vote on Dr
  • called to invite you to a ·3: 30 Mtg. on Needle Exchange in Sylvia's office ARMS Email System ',. Page 1 of 2 I. RECORD TYPE: PRESIDENTIAL (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR: Diana Fortuna ( CN=Diana Fortuna/OU=OPD/O=EOP [ OPD 1 ) CREATION DATE/TIME: 16-0CT-1997
  • [ WHO 1 READ: UNKNOWN TEXT: On Friday Senator Lott rule 14nd the Coverdell bill ( which is pending in the Labor Committee, and bans federal funding for programs which support needle exchange either directly or indirectly ) which means that the bill has
  • --------------------------Richard Socarides Record Type: 11/25/97 09:29:37 AM Record To: Laura Emmett/WHO/EOP cc: Subject: Re: AIDS Communication Strategy Meeting No paper, unless Sandy plans to hand some out. It's a continuation of a previous meeting. Key topics will be needle
  • : needle exchange/cohen TO: Rahm I. Emanuel ( CN=Rahm I. Emanuel/OU=WHO/O=EOP @ EOP [ WHO 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN TO: Elena Kagan ( CN=Elena Kagan/OU=OPD/O=EOP @ EOP [ OPD 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN TO: Bruce N. Reed ( CN=Bruce N. Reed/OU=OPD/O=EOP @ EOP [ OPD
  • : UNKNOWN TEXT: On Friday Senator Lott rule 14nd the Coverdell bill ( which is pending in the Labor Committee, and bans federal funding for programs which support needle exchange either directly or indirectly ) which means that the bill has been placed
  • : the AIDS epidemic and its impact on African Americans. black farmers legislation, education, Africa trade, drug prevention and needle exchange, capital formation, the 2000 census, social security, welfare to work, and affirmative action. Brief background
  • -related offenses. Domestic Demand Reduction (Title Ill) • Prohibits federal funds from being expended for needle exchange programs. + Sets goals for re-authorization of prevention and treatment programs and for the Safe and Drug ..Free Schools
  • program of needle exchange. The Congress' action will deny Federal funding to any private agency more (OVER) ~--------------- 4 in the District of Columbia that uses its own funds in this way, putting countless women and children at risk for AIDS
  • ELIZABETH RIDER, MD PETER AND JOANNE SLUSSER GAO - NEEDLE EXCHANGE PROGRAMS THE TIMES - JIM AMOSS $- luU^/C- MT JACK KILPATRICK DERMATOLOGY AFFLILIATES MEDICAL GROUP CATHERINE A. BIREN Cc SPARROW WINE & LIQUOR - LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT HARVEY
  • at the G-8 around the AIDS vaccine initiative. Also, I'm beginning to hear a lot about the Conference of Mayors and a protest around the needle exchange issue. http://172.28.127.30:8082/ARMS/servletigetEmaiIArchive?URL] ATH=/nlcp-21Anns404/opd/O
  • . Few controversial issues were raised. He was not questioned on many of the high profile issues we were expecting, including needle exchange and AIDS research in Africa. It appears likely that the final full Senate vote on Dr. Satcher's confirmation
  • /28/98 06:41:07 PM Record Type: Record To: Elena Kagan/OPD/EOP, Cynthia A. Rice/OPD/EOP, Paul J. weinstein Jr./OPD/EOP, Sarah A. Bianchi/OPD/EOP cc: Subject: POTUS Q&A Amy Tobe asked that we pull together Q&A on l)Tobacco and 2)Needle Exchange to give
AIDS [7] (Item)
  • needle exchange programs as part of their overall HIVprevention strategy. ../ Preventing Childhood Diseases: Provides an additional $62 million, a 4 percent increase over FY 1999 funding levels to provide childhood immunizations 'nationwide and fully
  • . 'While press accounts (and ' definitely press headlines) have emphasized 'disappointments, in the area of prevention (especially with regard,to needle exchange programs) the overall assessmel1tis 'extremely positive, : saying " t h i s ' ,Administration
  • in the District by unmarried or unrelated couples, and to prohibit the use of Federal and local funds for needle exchange programs. In addition, the bill would bar the use of local District funds for abortions, and fails to fund the President's economic
  • ] Families USA Medicaid Coalition Meeting March 5,1996 [OAIID 7677] Box 92 HIV/AIDS Needle Exchange Meeting March 5, 1996 [OAIID 7677] NGA Education Summit Meeting March 5, 1996 [OAIID 7677] .National Rural Development Policy Consultation March 5, 1996 [1
  • e c u r i t y I s s u e s 26 Reports Back Needle Exchange Programs (CDC) 27 More On HIV I s s u e s • 28-29 More On CDC I s s u e s 30 A White House Correction 29 Sexes Use D i f f e r e n t Parts Of Brain For Language Task: S c i e n t i
Testing [2] (Item)
[02/06/1998] (Item)
  • . Automated R.ecords Management System Hex-Dump Conversion • Develop a viable strategy to deal with the issue of Federal funding for needle exchange. Confidentiality Legislation • • • • • • Work to enact legislation on this issue before Congress adjourns
[06/19/1997] (Item)
  • ) READ: UNKNOWN TEXT: Could we get tps on AIDS and needle exchange for the book in addition to whatever you are planning on? . , ARMS Email System Page 1 of 16 .. RECORD TYPE: PRESIDENTIAL (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR: Andrew J. Mayock ( CN;Andrew J
  • that Goodling has been part of any of these discussions so we should be very cautious about these proposals. Teamsters: Awaiting Administration letter clarifying legal requirements under the consent decree. Needle Exchange: Looking at some sort of compromise
[02/27/1997] (Item)
  • aids tps (needle exchange, ryan white grants, etc) - - then i ' l l send to you to vet with bruce if thats ok. ·I ARMS Email System RECORD TYPE: PRESIDENTIAL Page 1 of 16 (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR: Russell W. Horwitz ( CN=Russell W. Horwitz/OU=OPD/O
  • /TIME: 3-SEP-1997 09:32:56.00 SUBJECT: Mtg. TO: Elena Kagan ( CN=Elena Kagan/OU=OPD/O=EOP @ EOP [ OPD 1 ) READ: UNKNOWN TEXT: Elena, pIs. give me a call to discuss scheduling the "needle exchange" mtg. next week. Thanks. Carole (6-1928) ARMS Email
  • the War on Drugs by the year 2002, and launch an 8-week campaign to pass a series of anti-drug bills and resolutions. In addition to criticizing the Administration's leadership on drugs -- and highlighting controversial issues like needle exchange
  • and primary HIV health care into drug prevention and treatment services. 5) Overturn the ban and allow Federal funding of needle exchange programs. By leaving states and localities to fund these programs on their own, the federal government is effectively
  • for syringe exchange programs; however, a number of communities across the country have undertaken these programs with local resources. NIH-supported research on existing needle exchange programs is identifying the characteristics that influence program
  • recognizes the need to push for research for pregnant women, and NIH is supporting clinical trials now in this area. • Needle exchange programs (NEPs) have also been a top agenda item for the AIDS community, and HHS sent their report to Congress which said
  • i o n s i n F a i r f a x County. I f you want, you c o u l d mention occurring i n t h e needle exchange d i a l o g u e which i s A l e x a n d r i a , and ask them t o t h i n k how they should be i n v o l v e d . V i r g i n i a s t i l l has
  • in their ability to use needle ·exchange programs as bpart. of their overall l-IlY prevention strategy. · . I lt ••• ... AN ADMINISTRATION THAT ~LOOKS LIKE AMERICA: The Most Inclusive Administration in History. Creating the most diverse Administration
  • Schmoke wants program was implemented there. There was no to begin a 30-month needle exchange pro- evidence of increased drug use after the program gram to curb the spread of AIDS. He needs was initiated, and drug treatment enrollments state approval to do
Child Care (Item)
  • against adulteration and/or b) a comprehensive, national clean needle-exchange program were instituted. The choice not to do either i s made on p o l i t i c a l , not medical or epidemiological, On NHI '92: Jonas grounds.) Page 20 Nor i s
  • combination therapy. The Administration recognizes the need to push for research for pregnant women, and N I H is supporting clinical trials now in this area. • Needle exchange programs (NEPs) have also been a top agenda item for the AIDS community. HIV
  • administration of TB medications in HIPCs with high rates of multi-drug resistant TB. b) Needle exchange programs for IV drug users in regions with high rates of HIV infection. c) Educational programs for particular patient populations that might utilize
Newsclips (Item)
  • generalise when I talk to them. When I talk about drugs, I only talk about getting Aids through needle exchange. Most adults want me to sum it up with "drugs are bad", but once young people start doubting parts of the information, they won't believe any
  • Michael Woo and Richard Riordan (RIHR'-duhn) w i l l f i l l the shoes of Tom Bradley, who's c a l l i n g i t quits after 20 years on the job. (Berlin) At the I n t e r n a t i o n a l AIDS Conference i n B e r l i n , a c a l l f o r more needle-exchange