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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Christopher Clark
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"There does need to be a reform of these statues here in Iowa and across the country to better reflect our current understanding of HIV and its transmission," Clark said.
Clark argued that Rhoades, who lived in Plainfield when he was charged and now lives near Des Moines, did not intentionally expose the other man to bodily fluids in a way that could have transmitted HIV because he practiced safe sex by using a condom.