|HIV+ asymptomatics and workfare/welfare
Mar 31, 2001
Hello, I am a graduate student doing research on changing welfare laws and HIV+ people. Do you know where I can find the most current information on welfare and mandatory work requirements for HIV+ asymptomatic people? Are states starting to require that they go back to work if they are not symptomatic? Or is HIV+ status (regardless of symptoms) enough to be exempted from mandatory work requirements? I am especially interested in New York State. Thank you.
Response from Mr. Berg
Here's a start. You can research state and local government agencies at www.piperinfo.com. For state news try www.stateline.org.
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