In an effort to ensure that Florida is allocating the dollars appropriated for AIDS drugs to those who are most vulnerable, the Department of Health is examining the current eligibility standards for the ADAP program. #

Farmer then goes on to “cordially invite you to consider an ADAP fundraising concert series in Florida. We would love to welcome you to the Sunshine State and I am confident your concerts will be ahuge hit!” (Read the full letter below.) #

Letter to Gov. Scott
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