South Fulton rep's legislation to boost HIV testing
by Neighbor Staff
03:50 PM, Wednesday, May 27
District 60 State Rep. Keisha Waites, D-Atlanta, recently commented on the signing in law by Gov. Nathan Deal of House Bill 436, sponsored by Rep. Valerie Clark, R-Lawrenceville. HB 436 included language from HB 53, authored and sponsored by Waite...

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