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Co-sponsored by the Center and APLA Health, landmark legislation that ensures high-risk HIV-negative individuals receive information about methods that reduce the risk of contracting HIV, including PrEP and PEP, during HIV post-test counseling was signed by California Gov. Jerry Brown.

Co-sponsored by the Center and APLA Health, landmark legislation that ensures high-risk HIV-negative individuals receive information about methods that reduce the risk of contracting HIV, including PrEP and PEP, during HIV post-test counseling was signed by California Gov. Jerry Brown.

Co-sponsored by the Center and APLA Health, landmark legislation that ensures high-risk HIV-negative individuals receive information about methods that reduce the risk of contracting HIV, including PrEP and PEP, during HIV post-test counseling was signed by California Gov. Jerry Brown.

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Co-sponsored by the Center and Survivors of Institutional Abuse (SIA), SB 524—also known as the Protecting Youth from Institutional Abuse Act—would regulate an industry that’s notorious for abusing young people and harming LGBT youth while trying to change their sexual orientation or gender identity.

Co-sponsored by the Center and Survivors of Institutional Abuse (SIA), SB 524—also known as the Protecting Youth from Institutional Abuse Act—would regulate an industry that’s notorious for abusing young people and harming LGBT youth while trying to change their sexual orientation or gender identity.

Co-sponsored by the Center and Survivors of Institutional Abuse (SIA), SB 524—also known as the Protecting Youth from Institutional Abuse Act—would regulate an industry that’s notorious for abusing young people and harming LGBT youth while trying to change their sexual orientation or gender identity.

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