Reader poll

November 2003
Gay & Lesbian Times;11/27/2003, Issue 831, p14
Presents a graph representing the results of a "Gay & Lesbian Times" readers' poll on the question of whether or not individuals using HIV/AIDS services should be subject to closer financial scrutiny to determine eligibility.


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