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How many cases of AIDS are there in the United States?
The latest data I can find is from the end of 2003, so the numbers will be slightly higher today. The prevalence of HIV positive individuals is estimated to be between 900,000 and 1 million people in the United States (many do not know they have the disease, so that's why there is only an estimate). The prevalence of patients with AIDs in the United States is just over 400,000. There are about 45,000 new cases of AIDS each year.
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Yes, all the US Supreme Court justices involved in a case vote to decide its outcome. Any justice, including the Chief Justice, may recuse him- or herself from heari…ng a case due to conflict of interest or other reasonable cause, in which case he or she would abstain from voting. Justices who aren't present during oral arguments also abstain from voting.
They passed messages on to China.
During the 1970s.
There are 3,141 counties and county equivalents in the 50 States and the District of Columbia. They are categorized as follows: 3,007 entities named "County" 18 Boroughs in …Alaska 11 Census Areas in Alaska (for areas not organized into Boroughs by the State) 64 Parishes in Louisiana 42 Independent Cities (1 in Maryland, 1 in Missouri, 1 in Nevada, and the remainder in Virginia) 1 District - the Federal District or District of Columbia. This does not include Commonwealths and territories with what are generally county equivalents, which are as follows: Puerto Rico - 78 Municipios U.S. Virgin Islands - 2 Districts Guam - 19 Election Districts Northern Mariana Islands - 17 Districts American Samoa - 5 Districts
New York had and still have the highest rate of AIDS.
New York State by a longshot. Mainly in the NYC area.
The case of Korematsu v. United States was a the landmark case that stemmed from Executive Order 9066. Executive Order 9066 ordered Japanese American's into interment camp…s during World War 2. The case was not found to be unconstitutional.
Guinn v. United States, was an important United States Supreme Court decision that dealt with provisions of state constitutions that set qualifications for voters.
What case on the establishment clause still stands a the benchmark for state aid to parochial schools?
Everson v. Board of Education (holla if this is for ms. singers study guide! do you boo!)
Russia does not give foreign aid to the usa. In fact Russia killed most or all of it's foreign aid back in the 90's with the collapse of the Soviet Union and has just recently… started a foreign aid program again.
First let me clarify that it was not AIDS itself that spread rapidly in the 1980s it was the virus that causes AIDS, HIV, that actually spread. The reason that HIV spread so f…ast in the 1980's was a combination of a lack of understanding of the disease by the medical and scientific professionals of the time, as well as stigma and ignorance that was indirectly emphasized by society as well as the Reagan Administration. When the first AIDS cases were first diagnosed in 1981 information on the structure and function of the HIV virus was unavailable to medical professionals, much less to the general public. The public was not aware exactly how it was spread and because it was isolated to only a handful of cases, the public continued to partake in risky behaviors that are now known to heighten your chance of contracting HIV. (i.e sharing needles, having unprotected sex) Furthermore, the patients of the first diagnosed cases of HIV/AIDS were almost exclusively gay men and with no other information available at the time, the public incorrectly assumed that the HIV/AIDS was a disease that was confined that those of homosexual orientation. This, combined with a non responsive federal government as far as funds and distribution of information concerning the disease all contributed to the rapid spread of HIV/AIDS in the 1980s.
In HIV and AIDS
Federal tax cases
The State Circuit Courts. In the federal system, the US District Courts.
When the United States is party to a case in the Supreme Court, it is represented by the office of the US Solicitor General. The Solicitor General's office is under the US Att…orney General's Office; they are both part of the Department of Justice in the Executive branch. The Solicitor General's office has a staff of attorneys whose job it is to argue on behalf of the government. If the case is important enough, the Solicitor General him- or herself may represent the US. Justice Elena Kagan was US Solicitor General before her elevation to the Supreme Court; Neal Katyal is currently (December 2010) the Acting Solicitor General.