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Washington Blade Compares HIV/AIDS Efforts of Presidents Obama, Bush

July 20, 2012

The Washington Blade compares U.S. HIV/AIDS efforts under the administrations of former President George W. Bush and President Barack Obama. According to the news service, "Some praise the Obama administration for laying out a comprehensive plan and bumping up domestic funding to confront the epidemic, while others yearn for the Bush days because of the global initiatives the Republican president started." The article goes on to highlight major accomplishments and criticisms of each administration (Johnson, 7/19).

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