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National Commission on AIDS
A Democrat who once headed the government's health department says President-elect Clinton has a moral obligation to put more resources into the fight against AIDS.
And former secretary Joseph Califano also said political leaders should stop fretting over matters of morality and take actions that will save lives. Those include allowing the distribution of condoms and providing clean needles for drug abusers.
"Many efforts to prevent HIV infection have been hamstrung by politics and prejudice and by debates over morality and good taste," Califano said in testimony prepared for the meeting of the National Commission on …