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For National #HIVTestingDay, the theme is "Take the Test and Take the Next Step" to encourage people to get tested for HIV, find out their status,

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People living with HIV convicted of criminal HIV exposure can now request to terminate sex offender registration requirements with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation
On May 9, the U.S. People Living with HIV Caucus, CHLP, and Positive Women’s Network-USA released How to Talk About Molecular Surveillance: A Guide for Advocates. The new advocacy guide serves as a roadmap for people living with HIV (PLHIV) and other advocates to navigate the serious issues with molecular HIV surveillance (MHS).
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CHLP joined an amicus brief to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals filed by the Center for Reproductive Rights on behalf of Jane's Due Process, Advocates for Youth, and 133 other organizations that are committed to advancing reproductive health, rights, and access for young people.
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PrEP Advocates convene Virtual Town Hall responding to Braidwood v. Becerra and hundreds gather to discuss concerns, plan for long-term advocacy.
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CHLP Staff Attorneys Jada Hicks and Kae Greenberg spoke to Adam Rhodes at The Appeal about Robert Suttle's appeal to New York's highest court.

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CHLP marks HINAC Day in the context of Black History Month by leading and participating in informative and engaging actions and events that define our mission to empower individuals and communities and mobilize for change that is deeply rooted in racial justice.
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In an advocacy letter, CHLP, EPIC, PWN-USA, PrEP4All, and Patient Privacy Rights urge HHS to abandon plan to track PrEP users.
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CHLP attorneys Jada Hicks and Kae Greenberg talk with Victoria Law for this Truthout article on our work supporting Robert Suttle's appeal to the New York State Court of Appeals.
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CHLP filed an amicus brief with the Court of Appeals, the highest court in New York State, asking the court to hear the appeal of Robert Suttle, a Black gay man living with HIV, asking to reverse the lower court’s ruling requiring him to register as a sex offender in New York due to his conviction under draconian and discriminatory Louisiana laws.