Report Shows Continued and Increasing LGBT Hate ViolenceNCAVP

Anti-LGBT hate violence continues to be a pervasive social problem at the same time as vital resources and support for hate violence survivors are at risk amidst economic crisis according to a new report released by The National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs (NCAVP).

The report states that murders are at the second-highest rate in a decade; that there was a spike in anti-LGBT violence at the time of federal hate crimes law passage; and that the Economic crisis is depleting resources for LGBT survivors of violence.

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White House Announces National HIV/AIDS StrategyPresident Obama

To combat the growing epidemic of HIV/AIDS infections, the White House has released the National HIV/AIDS Strategy (NHAS) and accompanying NHAS Federal Implementation Plan.

With approximately 56,000 people becoming infected with HIV each year in the United States, and more than 1.1 million Americans already living with HIV, President Obama said in a released statement that “I am committed to renewing national leadership to fight HIV/AIDS here at home, as we continue our efforts to fight HIV/AIDS around the world.”

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Action Alert on Tax Increase

The Sacramento Metro Chamber has issued an action alert to show how local jobs will be affected by a proposed increase of the Business Operation Tax.

There will be a discussion of the tax increase at tonight's City Council meeting, The Sacramento Metro Chamber is urging you to attend and save your job.

6 p.m. Sacramento City Hall, First Floor Council Chambers, 915 I St.

Read more: Action Alert on Tax Increase


Researchers Report Exciting AIDS Development


By Boyce Hinman

Researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) report that they have discovered two very interesting human antibodies that could lead to the development of an effective vaccine against the HIV virus that causes AIDS.

For decades a vaccine to prevent HIV infections has been like the holy grail of the AIDS research industry. But, so far, the search for an effective vaccine has failed.

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Pentagon Survey on DADT Called Incredibly Biased, Derogatory

Servicemembers United, a national organization of gay and lesbian troops and veterans, has strongly condemned what it terms the biased and derogatory design of the long-awaited Defense Department survey on issues related to the repeal of the Don't Ask, Don't Tell law.

The survey, which was created and administered by the research firm Westat in conjunction with the Comprehensive Review Working Group, was sent out to 400,000 non-deployed active duty troops at a cost to taxpayers of $4.4 million.

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