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News, The Snitch Just Fantastic: $82.1 Million Cut to State's Office of AIDS

Just Fantastic: $82.1 Million Cut to State's Office of AIDS

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger today signed a state budget that will cut roughly $82.1 million from the state's Office of AIDS, says that office's chief, Dr. Michelle Roland. The state cuts promise to disproportionately hit cities like San Francisco, which is among the nation's…
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Uh-oh: A recent poll shows people in the U.S. don’t think AIDS is a very serious public health problem anymore. So, um, hey! IT IS! Now you know. Today’s (23rd annual — way to go, organizers. Wow.) AIDS Walk San…
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Willie's Wonks and the Profit Factory The California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) wants to go on record as stating that the article "W.L. Brown, A Public/Private Partnership" (May 12) is shoddy journalism. It contains many false and misleading statements…
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Beware the Health Fairies I want to thank you for writing about the issue of opening the baths back up in San Francisco ("Private Places," Bay View, April 28). I think this is a very important issue. Beneath all the…
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All the Way With RDA The feature article analyzing the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency's finances was very insightful ("The Redevelopment Sinkhole," Feb. 4). But it failed to grasp the basic reason for the existence of any redevelopment agency. It is…
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Cheesed Off I was pleased to see Phyllis Orrick and Susan Rasky skewer Bozell Inc. for its laughable "calcium crisis" campaign, aimed at keeping college students weaned on cow's milk ("Say Cheese," Unspun, Feb. 26). They're quite right to note…
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