Spending Announced by President Bush in his 2003 State of the Union Address
Statements on Announcement
- January 30, 2003.
CPTech Statement on President's State of the Union Announcement.
- February 4, 2003. Physicians for Human Rights.
Physicians for Human Rights Says President's Budget Falls Short of
Funds Needed for New Global AIDS Program.
- January 30, 2003. MSF.
MSF Welcomes President Bush's Commitment to Scale-Up Access to
Affordable AIDS Treatment, But Warns US Against Breaking Promises,
Taking a Unilateral Approach.
- January 30, 2003. ACT-UP Paris.
Bush announces 10 billion dollars to maintain the multi-national
pharmaceutical companies' monopoly.
- January 29, 2003. ACT-UP Philadelphia.
Statement on the President's plan for global AIDS.
- January 29, 2003.
Statement by Robert Weissman, Essential Action on the President's
Global AIDS Announcement and Generic Drugs.
- January 29, 2003. Africa Action press release.
Africa Action Demands Dollars to Match Announcement on AIDS in
- January 29, 2003. Physicians for Human Rights.
Physicians for Human Rights Applauds the President's State of the
Union Message on Global AIDS.
- January 29, 2003. UNAIDS
statement on President Bush's announcement of an emergency plan
for AIDS relief.
- August 1, 2004. Erika Casriel for the American Prospect.
Big talk aside, Bushıs go-it-alone global AIDS strategy is hurting more
than itıs helping.
- February 15, 2003. Editorial in the Lancet.
A Positive Result for AIDS.
- February 5, 2003. Op-ed by Michael Kelly in the Washington Post.
We Can Save 10 Million Lives.
- February 2, 2003. Donald McNeil for the New York Times.
Where AIDS Stalks, Everyone Lives in Fear.
- February 1, 2003. New York Times.
A Serious Response to AIDS.
- Feruary 1, 2003. Washington Post Editorial.
- January 30, 2003. MSNBC.
AIDS plan marks change in policy.
- January 30, 2003. Michael Phillips and Rachel Zimmerman for the
Wall Street Journal.
Health Activists Are Skeptical About Bush's AIDS Proposal.
- January 30, 2003. Maggie Fox for Reuters.
Bush AIDS Plan to Include Condoms and Abstinence.
- January 30, 2003. Mike Allen and Paul Blustein for the Washington Post.
Unlikely Allies Convince Bush to Shift Course on AIDS Relief.
- January 30, 2003. Rachel Swarns for the New York Times.
Africans Welcome U.S. Help on AIDS.
- January 30, 2003. John Donnelly for the Boston Globe.
Big spending on AIDS seen as go-it-alone plan.
- January 30, 2003. Sabin Russell for the San Francisco Chronicle.
Fears, cheers over Bush AIDS pledge: Plan shortchanges Global Fund,
- January 30, 2003. Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Richard W. Stevenson
for the New York Times.
Bush AIDS Plan Surprises Many, but Advisers Call It Long Planned.
- January 30, 2003. Bernard Rivers for the Global Fund Observer.
The US President's speech and the Global Fund.
- January 29, 2003. Ron Kampeas for the Associated Press.
Bush AIDS plan includes condoms and generics, defying Christian
conservatives and brand name pharmaceuticals.
- January 29, 2003. Reuters.
Bush Asks for $15 Billion to Fight AIDS in Africa.
- January 29, 2003. Ravi Nessman for the Associated Press.
AIDS officials cautiously welcome Bush's pledge of money.
- January 29, 2003. Paul Blustein for the Washington Post.
Activists Hail President's Call for More Funding for AIDS.
- January 29, 2003. BBC.
Bush pledges $15bn to fight Aids.
- January 29, 2003. UN Newswire.
Activists, U.N. Hail Bush Pledge of $15 Billion in Five Years.
- January 29, 2003. Sheryl Gay Stolberg for the New York Times.
Bush Proposal on AIDS Funds Shows Concern About Security.