Ala. Prison Isolates HIV+ Women

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When she’s released from prison, Bonita Graham wants to get a job, get her children back and stay off drugs. But being HIV-positive keeps her from learning job skills at Julia Tutwiler Prison in Wetumpka, Ala., the nation’s last that completely segregates inmates who carry the virus, the Associated Press reports. Graham, a 26-year-old mother
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