The future is now

Bull, Chris
May 1995
Advocate;5/16/95, Issue 681, p33
Reports on how the Washington, D.C.'s huge budget deficit is affecting the delivery of AIDS services. Whitman-Walker Clinic at the brink of bankruptcy due to insufficient funds; Clinic relying on the reserves accumulated from private donations over several years; Further cuts on the budget for AIDS services with the creation of a control board by the US Senate legislation.


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