Monday, July 21, 2014

Kansas City Accepts $4 MIL TO Fight AIDS



Realization that it's a round world and global problems still confront Kansas City's urban core . . .

Ordinance #140541: Accepting and approving a one-year grant award in the amount of $4,486,458.00 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, to provide funding for Ryan White Part A and Minority AIDS Initiative services.

Still, the cash sent this way is one of the better local initiatives and much needed given the ongoing threat this global health problem presents even amid controversial new drug therapy.

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

More money for the streetcar! Thanks guys :)

Anonymous said...

Ouch.

Anonymous said...

1. Don't let anybody put it "you know where."

2. Don't use IV drugs.

There, where's my $4M?

Anonymous said...

Stay out of Johnson County. Everyone screws everyone over there.

Anonymous said...

1. Don't let anybody put it "you know where."

2. Don't use IV drugs.

There, where's my $4M?

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Exactly

Anonymous said...

Nancy "Stretch" Pelosi said: I guess this was in the bill we had to pass to find out what was in the bill. Oh yeah, here it is on page 978 paragraph 6 subsection 5 right next to funding for the Toy Train in KC.

Anonymous said...

Don't worry, KCMO will find someway to misuse this grant for the toy train. Hmmm, let's see ... someone with AIDS might ride the toy train to a seminar about AIDS, so presto, that money should be used for the toy train.

Anonymous said...

AIFS+Adios Indiscrimate Dick Suckers

Anonymous said...

Oops---Should be AIDS not AIFS