In response to the growing fears and sometimes irrational attitudes associated with the deadly disease AIDS, the 1988 Florida Legislature passed the Omnibus AIDS Act, affecting twelve substantive areas of law. In this Article, the author examines each of these areas, suggests the most likely interpretation the courts will accord the new provisions, and makes recommendations to correct oversights and inconsistencies in existing laws.
Robert C. Waters,
Florida's Omnibus AIDS Act of 1988,
16 Fla. St. U. L. Rev.