Low-income HIV-positive Americans may soon
have the continued promise of better access to health care and federal funding.
The Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency (CARE)
Treatment Extension Act of 2009, or S.1793, passed the House of Representatives
on Oct. 21 with a vote of 408 to 9, and was approved by the Senate on Oct. 19.
The bill, if signed into law by President Obama, would provide
federal funding to help low-income, uninsured, or under-insured Americans with
AIDS gain access to healthcare.
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House and Senate