Resolution #482-92: Urging the state legislature to increase the number of AIDS-related drugs made available through the AIDS Drug Assistance Program.
Resolution #867-92: Condemning Governor Wilson's veto of state legislation supporting and allowing needle exchange programs.
Ordinance #98-93: Establishing the San Francisco Mental Health Board.
Resolution #155-93: Opposing federal legislation reversing recent regulations lifting travel restrictions barring people with HIV/AIDS from entering the United States.
Resolution #160-93: Urging the federal government to allow Haitian refugees living with HIV entry into the US for medical care.
Resolution #278-93: Supporting Assembly Bill 260, allowing needle exchange programs in San Francisco.
Resolution #512-93: Opposing Senate Bill 1239 regarding mandatory AIDS testing.
Resolution #637-93: Urging state legislature to allow the medical use of marijuana.
Resolution #835-93: Condemning Governor Wilson's veto of state legislation regarding needle exchange programs.
Resolution #923-93: Urging the US Congress to reclassify marijuana from a Schedule I drug and allow physicians to prescribe medicinal marijuana.
Resolution #924-93: Urging the San Francisco Department of Public Health to add medicinal marijuana into its master plan for substance abuse and HIV treatment.
Resolution #43-94: Urging the Federal Department of Health & Human Services to provide public service commercials regarding condom use and HIV targeted to gay and bisexual males.
Resolution #179-94: Opposing Senate Bill 1432 that would classify HIV/ AIDS as a venereal disease.
Resolution #204-94: Urging the federal government to designate San Francisco's public health clinics as federally qualified primary care clinics.
Resolution #298-94: Urging the Department of Public Health's AIDS Office to allow public input and consultation regarding the release of epidemiological studies regarding AIDS cases in San Francisco.
Resolution #376-94: Creating the HIV Youth Advisory Task Force to provide policy and program recommendations to the board of supervisors and mayor.
Resolution #442-94: Urging the San Francisco Department of Public Health to conduct tests for lead poisoning at the Geneva Towers public housing unit.
Resolution #729-94: Urging the United States Congress to pass legislation lifting the ban on public funding of needle exchange programs.
Resolution #730-94: Urging the United States Congress to pass legislation allowing for the medicinal use of marijuana.
Resolution #1003-94: Restoring full funding for the Department of Public Health's Center for Special Problems (CSP), ensuring continuation of the CSP's unique mental health services.
Resolution #137-95: Urging the U. S. Congress to re-authorize the Ryan White CARE Act and to increase funding for AIDS treatment, care and housing.
Resolution #186-95: Supporting Assembly Bill 1529 that allows for the possession and medical use of marijuana.
Resolution #263-95: Opposing state legislation calling for the mandatory ji name reporting of people with HIV/AIDS.
Resolution #309-95: Supporting Assembly Bill 1408 that would allow for the compassionate release of prisoners in the final stages of a terminal illness (AIDS, cancer).
Resolution #310-95: Opposing Senate Bill 889 that would require mandatory HIV testing of newborn infants.
Resolution #311-95: Opposing federal legislation that would require mandatory HIV testing of newborn infants.
Resolution #426-95: Urging the appointment of mental health & substance abuse 'czar' for the San Francisco Department of Public Health.
Resolution #469-95: Urging the expansion of City employee health plans to include coverage of Traditional Chinese Medicine and alternative therapies.
Resolution #485-95: Opposing the closure of the Department of Public Health's Tom Smith Center that provides substance abuse and alcohol treatment services.
Resolution #1041-95: Urging the major television networks to carry public service announcements regarding condom use & HIV transmission.
Resolution #1079-95: Supporting federal legislation (HR 2816) that would allow marijuana to be used for medicinal purposes.
Resolution #114-96: Urging the governor and state legislature to increase funding for the state 'AIDS Drug Assistance Program' and to approve the addition of newly approved drugs to the AIDS Drug Assistance Program.
Resolution #134-96: Opposing federal legislation that requires mandatory discharge of all HIV-positive military personnel.
Resolution# 312-96: Opposing Assembly Bill 2147 that would require anyone wirh HIV to disclose their status to any sexual partner; failure to provide this information would be a felony.
Resolution #314-96: Supporting Senate Bill 1976 that would allow needle exchange programs.
Resolution #407-96: Urging the Department of Public Health to provide sexual assault services specific to the needs of young girls.
Resolution #578-96: Urging Mayor Willie Brown to direct all city agencies to j refrain from building power generation plants in Bayview-Hunters Point.
Resolution #733-96: Opposing federal legislation (HR 3937 regarding HIVtesting mandates.