Prostitution policy splits NGOs in top court AIDS case

The Supreme Court in WashingtonBy Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A Supreme Court case that challenges a law requiring anti-prostitution policies for HIV/AIDS programs seeking federal money has generated a split among nonprofit groups that counsel sex workers overseas. The case involves a 2003 law that bars funding for groups that work on HIV/AIDS prevention but do not have a policy opposing prostitution and sex trafficking. …



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