New York City Department of Law counselor Lorna Bade Goodman ’63 spoke about New York City legal cases relating to AIDS. Goodman spoke on the Board of Education’s policies around excluding children with AIDS from attending city public schools, as well as the case of the city’s closure of the St. Marks Bath on East 8th Street as a place where “high-risk sexual activities” took place. Goodman responded to accusations that the city was purposely using the bathhouse closure to target gays. “The Mayor is very sensitive to the concerns of the gay community,” Goodman told those in attendance.    The Miscellany News