WASHINGTON, July 13 (UPI) -- U.S. President Barack Obama
discusses a comprehensive strategy for combating HIV in the
United States Tuesday at a reception honoring the HIV/AIDS
The National HIV/AIDS Strategy will include a commitment to
making the United States a place where new HIV infections are
rare and where people infected with the human immunodeficiency
virus, the virus that causes AIDS, can access high-quality care,
the White House said in a release.
In the afternoon, the Senate Democratic leadership will go to the
White House to discuss legislative priorities with Obama and Vice
President Joe Biden before the August recess, administration
Before meeting with the senators, Obama and Biden will receive
the daily briefings, then Obama will meet with senior advisers.