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Medicine: HIV Prevention / Government #707786

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Aug 11, 2002
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(Studio: Mika Brzezinski) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: John Blackstone) The government crackdown on HIV AIDS prevention programs examined; details given about stop AIDS projects. [Citizens Against Government Waste Tom SCHATZ†- says tax dollars are being wasted.] [Stop AIDS Project executive director Darlene WEIDE†- says talking about AIDS factors works in the gay community.] [Better World Advertising president Les PAPPAS†- says the federal government's approach has had a "chilling effect" on AIDS prevention.] [Stops AIDS Project volunteer Richard BROUSSARD†- says the programs need to be explicit.]

Blackstone, John;
Brzezinski, Mika

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