|Proposed Change In Rules For Entry To US For People With HIV
Jul 26, 2008
An article on the proposed change in restrictions for people entering the US with HIV has been published which looks promising, what is your thoughts and have you heard more on this?
The US Senate has voted to overturn a rule banning HIV-positive visitors from entering the US.
The US is one of only a dozen countries - including Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Libya and Russia - that ban travel and immigration for HIV-positive people.
America's travel ban has been in force since 1987.
The provision lifting the ban was part of a bill granting some $50bn in funding for the fight against HIV/Aids throughout the world.
The bipartisan effort to lift the ban has been spearheaded by Democratic Senator John Kerry and Republican Senator Gordon Smith.
"Our government still treats individuals with HIV/Aids as modern-day lepers, categorically banning these individuals from entering into the US," said Senator Smith.
"To fully embrace our global leadership on HIV/Aids, we must remove our unwelcome mat and overturn this ridiculous ban."
The bill, including the provision lifting the ban, will now go to a joint committee of the House of Representatives and the Senate, where any differences will be ironed out, before going to President George W Bush for approval.
President Bush has already indicated that he supports the bill.
Response from Dr. Frascino
Yes, the bill has now been sent to Dubya's desk. He's promised to sign it. Let's hope he remembers how to write his name! The English language has always been such a challenge for him. Hey, maybe that's why he shortened his name to "W" instead of the more appropriate "moron."
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