by Chris Bodenner
The Washington Times picks a fight with PEPFAR:

The PEPFAR bill would also make it easier for HIV-positive aliens to obtain waivers to enter the United States; in general, we have public-health reservations about weakening U.S. law to facilitate the entry of persons with lethal, communicable diseases of any kind. In addition, we doubt that Congress has carefully examined the financial burden that such a change in the law could impose on the American taxpayer. ... [I]t would be irresponsible for Congress to enact into law anything resembling this legislation.

(Andrew differs a bit)

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