Under surveillance

May 1995
Advocate;5/16/95, Issue 681, p14
Presents news updates regarding controversial court rulings on AIDS, Pentagon policy on gay and lesbian personnel and the appointment of Charles Freed for a seat on the state Supreme Court. Non-filing of class-action lawsuit of hemophiliacs who contacted AIDS through contaminated blood products; Set back of gay rights gains with the Pentagon policy; Charles Freed's sympathy for the gay movement.


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