HIV Disclosure Requirement Called Discriminatory

Saturday, December 14, 2013

It's against the law in dozens of states not to tell your partner you have HIV. But critics say HIV isn't a death sentence anymore, making those laws out of date and discriminatory. Host Scott Simon talks with Sen. Chris Coons of Delaware about a bill he introduced this week that aims to change that.

Source: NPR


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