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Congressman Eliot Engel Leads Response to Resignations on Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS PDF Print Email

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By Bryant Daniels, Legislative Aide to Congressman Engel


Jul. 12, 2017:  Congressman Eliot L. Engel, the Ranking Member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee and a top member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, today led a group of House Democrats in responding to several alarming resignations from the Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA).

Six HIV/AIDS experts left PACHA last month, citing their belief that the advisory group can no longer effectually fight HIV/AIDS under President Trump.

The experts cited “the many signs that the Trump Administration does not take the ongoing epidemic or the needs of people living with HIV seriously” – including the administration’s plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act – among their reasons for stepping down. They also called upon members of Congress to keep up the fight against HIV/AIDS and counter the administration’s harmful policies.

In a letter to these six experts, Engel and more than a dozen House Democrats reaffirmed their commitment to ending HIV/AIDS and acknowledged the indispensable role the U.S. government must play in this fight.

“These resignations are the latest evidence of the Trump Administration’s inability to protect Americans’ health,” Engel said. “The American public, especially people living with HIV, needs to know that they have willing and engaged partners in Congress who are committed to making an AIDS-free generation a reality. I’m proud to partner with my Democratic colleagues in sending that message.” 

Pictured here: Congressman Eliot Engel.

Photo courtesy Office of Eliot Engel

 

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