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What do you think about the cut to the US.budget?

– US offered US$250 million to Egypt as help to solve their financial crisis due to their political chaos.

– US$500,000 million in the next ten years from March 1 st, 2013 according to Bloomberg and US$1,2 billion according to Fidelity.

The total amount of cut in 2013 is US$ 85,000 million according to Fidelity.

– US$16,000 million will affect health in Medicare, agriculture and employment.

March 9th, 2013: The US president, Barack Obama, claimed to avoid the public spending cuts if the goal is to recover economy stability progressively.’Earlier this week, I met with some Republican senators to see if there are smarter ways to grow our economy and reduce our deficit cuts and the known arbitrary ‘kidnapping’, which recently entered into force’, the president said.

US$250 million to Egypt offered by the American government is a political move?. ‘Cause it is nonsense and self-sabotage to cut budget to health worrily to AIDS, too.

Health and Education are the pearls of any developed country. What do you think about the cut to the US. budget?

Sources: Bloomberg, Fidelity, EFE, and internet news reports.

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After 22 Years, U.S. Lifts Entry Ban on Visitors With HIV

US lifts HIV/Aids immigration ban

President Barack Obama, 30 Oct
President Obama wants the US to be a world leader on HIV research

The US has lifted a 22-year immigration ban which has stopped anyone with HIV/Aids from entering the country.

President Obama said the ban was not compatible with US plans to be a leader in the fight against the disease.

The new rules come into force on Monday and the US plans to host a bi-annual global HIV/Aids summit for the first time in 2012.

The ban was imposed at the height of a global panic about the disease at the end of the 1980s.

It put the US in a group of just 12 countries, also including Libya and Saudi Arabia, that excluded anyone suffering from HIV/Aids.

The BBC’s Charles Scanlon, in Miami, says that improving treatments and evolving public perceptions have helped to bring about the change.

Rachel Tiven, head of the campaign group Immigration Equality, told the BBC that the step was long overdue.

“The 2012 World Aids Conference, due to be held in the United States, was in jeopardy as a result of the restrictions. It’s now likely to go ahead as planned,” she said.

In October, President Obama said the entry ban had been “rooted in fear rather than fact”.

He said: “We lead the world when it comes to helping stem the Aids pandemic – yet we are one of only a dozen countries that still bar people with HIV from entering our own country.”

Source: BBC News, 4 Jan 2010.

In brief:

After 22 Years, U.S. Lifts Entry Ban on Visitors With HIV

By David Sessions, Politics Daily. 4 Jan 2010.

The United States has lifted a 22-year ban that prevented people with HIV/AIDS from entering the country, the BBC reports. The Obama administration changed the rule in preparation for a summit on the disease that the U.S. plans to host in 2012.

In October, Obama said the entry ban was “rooted in fear rather than fact. We lead the world when it comes to helping stem the AIDS pandemic — yet we are one of only a dozen countries that still bar people with HIV from entering our own country.”

The ban was put in place in the late 1980s at the height of global panic over the disease. The United States was one of only 12 countries, including Saudi Arabia and Libya, that prevented people with HIV from crossing its borders.