HIV-Positive Man Files Discrimination Suit Against State Department, Security Firm
January 28, 2009
An HIV-positive man identified as John Doe recently filed a lawsuit against the Department of State and the private, Virginia-based security firm Triple Canopy for removing him from a training program because of a provision of the State Department's contract with the company that requires contract employees to be "free from communicable disease," including HIV, the Washington Post reports.
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