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2012 Legislative Calendar Released

This past Thursday, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) released the 2012 legislative calendar as both a one-page summary  and a more detailed week-by-week calendar.

Cantor said the new House calendar was “aimed at creating certainty and increasing efficiency in the legislative process”.

Please click here for the full post from The Hill’s Floor Action Blog.


Materials from the Deficit Reduction Mobilization Webinar


On October 7th, AIDS United, Dose of Change, and the Treatment Access Expansion Project hosted a webinar on the federal deficit reduction “Super-Committee” and how individual advocates can help ensure that the programs on which people living with HIV and AIDS depend are protected.

Click here to view slides from the webinar.   Audio is coming soon.

You can also access a ‘toolkit’  developed by the HIV Health Care Access Working  Group and AIDS Budget and Appropriations Coalition below:

An Advocate’s Guide to Deficit Reduction (PDF)

Deficit Reduction Action Alert (PDF)

Deficit Reduction Principles (PDF)

Materials from HIV Prevention Justice Alliance’s What the FOA is Going On? Webinar

Original posting at PreventionJustice.org.

On September 21, 240 advocates participated in HIV PJA’s strategy webinar on the Center for Disease Control’s HIV prevention funding shift. The event’s panel included representatives from CDC, state and regional HIV/AIDS organizations, and prevention providers.

Click here for webinar agenda and background information on CDC’s Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) for HIV Prevention Programs in Health Departments.

You can view slides from the webinar here, or view the recording below.


9-21-11 HIV PJA Strategy Webinar – CDC Prevention FOA from HIV Prevention Justice Alliance on Vimeo.

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