HIV-positive inmates claiming they were denied critical medications by the Fulton County, Ga. Jail have agreed to settle their suit against the county and a medical contractor, attorneys say.

The deal, to be voted on by the Fulton county commission on Wednesday, comes four months after a court-appointed doctor reported the jail’s medical clinic still did not stock some commonly-prescribed anti-AIDS drugs. The doctor also supported the plaintiffs’ complaint that some jail doctors were “disinterested in and not proficient in the care of HIV-infected persons.”

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