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BUSH MAY BACK AIDS BILL

BUSH MAY BACK AIDS BILL

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The Bush administration said Wednesday that it is considering offering support to a new bill intended to relax immigration restrictions on people infected with the AIDS virus.

The administration said it approves the bill in principle, and if an agreement can be reached it will end months of protests over the U.S. policy.Eighty-five countries or organizations around the world have called for a boycott of the Sixth International AIDS Conference in San Francisco this summer if the policy is not altered.

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