Letter to CDC Urging Use of Rapid HIV Self-Testing in its “Ending the HIV Epidemic” Initiative

Please join me in sending a letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding its initiative,
Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America. This initiative will work with communities in 48 counties throughout the United States, San Juan, and Puerto Rico, as well as 7 states with substantial rural needs to end the HIV epidemic. The initiative’s
goal is to achieve a 75% reduction in new HIV infections within 5 years and a 90% reduction within 10 years. Reduction is only possible with early diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

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Letter to CDC Urging Use of Rapid HIV Self-Testing in its “Ending the HIV Epidemic” Initiative

Please join me in sending a letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding its initiative,
Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America. This initiative will work with communities in 48 counties throughout the United States, San Juan, and Puerto Rico, as well as 7 states with substantial rural needs to end the HIV epidemic. The initiative’s
goal is to achieve a 75% reduction in new HIV infections within 5 years and a 90% reduction within 10 years. Reduction is only possible with early diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

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Letter to CDC Urging Use of Rapid HIV Self-Testing in its “Ending the HIV Epidemic” Initiative

Please join me in sending a letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding its initiative,
Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America. This initiative will work with communities in 48 counties throughout the United States, San Juan, and Puerto Rico, as well as 7 states with substantial rural needs to end the HIV epidemic. The initiative’s
goal is to achieve a 75% reduction in new HIV infections within 5 years and a 90% reduction within 10 years. Reduction is only possible with early diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

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Letter to CDC Urging Use of Rapid HIV Self-Testing in its “Ending the HIV Epidemic” Initiative

Please join me in sending a letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding its initiative,
Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America. This initiative will work with communities in 48 counties throughout the United States, San Juan, and Puerto Rico, as well as 7 states with substantial rural needs to end the HIV epidemic. The initiative’s
goal is to achieve a 75% reduction in new HIV infections within 5 years and a 90% reduction within 10 years. Reduction is only possible with early diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

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Letter to CDC Urging Use of Rapid HIV Self-Testing in its “Ending the HIV Epidemic” Initiative

Please join me in sending a letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding its initiative,
Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America. This initiative will work with communities in 48 counties throughout the United States, San Juan, and Puerto Rico, as well as 7 states with substantial rural needs to end the HIV epidemic. The initiative’s
goal is to achieve a 75% reduction in new HIV infections within 5 years and a 90% reduction within 10 years. Reduction is only possible with early diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

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Bipartisan Letter Urging Departments of Commerce and State to Hold China Accountable- CLOSING FRIDAY

Please join us in sending a letter to Secretaries Ross and Pompeo regarding the Chinese government’s targeting and mass detention of more than a million Uyghur Muslims in internment
camps. We have extended the deadline for signing onto this letter in light of this weekend’s reports concerning leaked internal documents that show the Chinese government’s role in the detention of Uyghur Muslims. (https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/11/16/world/asia/china-xinjiang-documents.html?auth=login-email&login=email)
 

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Letter to CDC Urging Use of Rapid HIV Self-Testing in its “Ending the HIV Epidemic” Initiative

Please join me in sending a letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding its initiative,
Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America. This initiative will work with communities in 48 counties throughout the United States, San Juan, and Puerto Rico, as well as 7 states with substantial rural needs to end the HIV epidemic. The initiative’s
goal is to achieve a 75% reduction in new HIV infections within 5 years and a 90% reduction within 10 years. Reduction is only possible with early diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

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JOIN THE APIARY CAUCUS!

You are cordially invited to join the bicameral Congressional Apiary Caucus. This caucus will raise awareness about the important role of pollinating bees and offer legislative solutions to help preserve the declining bee population.

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Letter to CDC Urging Use of Rapid HIV Self-Testing in its “Ending the HIV Epidemic” Initiative

Please join me in sending a letter to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) regarding its initiative,
Ending the HIV Epidemic: A Plan for America. This initiative will work with communities in 48 counties throughout the United States, San Juan, and Puerto Rico, as well as 7 states with substantial rural needs to end the HIV epidemic. The initiative’s
goal is to achieve a 75% reduction in new HIV infections within 5 years and a 90% reduction within 10 years. Reduction is only possible with early diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

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Bipartisan Letter Urging Departments of Commerce and State to Hold China Accountable- CLOSING FRIDAY

Please join us in sending a letter to Secretaries Ross and Pompeo regarding the Chinese government’s targeting and mass detention of more than a million Uyghur Muslims in internment
camps. We have extended the deadline for signing onto this letter in light of this weekend’s reports concerning leaked internal documents that show the Chinese government’s role in the detention of Uyghur Muslims. (https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/11/16/world/asia/china-xinjiang-documents.html?auth=login-email&login=email)
 

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