The US Supreme Court has held that US-based health organizations' affiliates in other countries can be required to declare opposition to prostitution and sex trafficking to be eligible for federal funds for HIV and AIDS relief. The decision was 5-3, with Justice Elena Kagan recusing herself.
SCOTUS OKs restriction on funds for AIDS relief overseas
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