Senate Panel Approves Increase in AIDS Funds
June 14, 2002
The US Senate Foreign Relations Committee unanimously voted to double funding to fight AIDS overseas. The $4.7 billion bill would boost AIDS spending in developing countries from $1 billion this year to more than $2 billion per year through 2004.
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