Washout in Washington

April 1995
Advocate;4/4/95, Issue 678, p10
Cites a `Washington Post' article which reported on funding casualties suffered by AIDS facilities in Washington, D.C. as a result of the district's human services department's budget cuts. Amount owed by the district government to the Whitman-Walker Clinic.


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