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U.S. National Commission on AIDS
The U.S. National Commission on AIDS charged President Bush and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) with a lack of effort in response to the national AIDS epidemic.
In a prepared statement, the commission said Bush and HHS "failed to meet fully their responsibilities in leading the national response" to the AIDS epidemic.
The statement came after members of the commission met with the HHS secretary, Dr. Louis M. Sullivan, to ask why the agency and the administration have failed to act on the commission's report, "America Living With AIDS," which was released in September 1991.
As a …