Washington Post (01/21/90), P. A13
New York City Mayor David Dinkins has appointed Woodrow Myers as the
city's next health commissioner despite the fierce objections of gay- and
AIDS-rights activists. Myers has been criticized for policies he
supported during his tenure as Indiana's health commissioner, including
contact tracing of the HIV-infected and quarantining persons who
knowingly spread HIV. "I don't see the need to bring those kinds of
systems to New York," Myers said.