Saperstein: "We thank the Administration for continuing throughout the rulemaking process to advance and respect the core principles of religious liberty and reproductive freedom that have been reflected in the final rule".
Rabbis Jacobs, Fox, Feldman and Saperstein: "There is no more central tenet to our faith than the notion that all human beings are created in the image of the Divine, and, as such, entitled to equal treatment and equal opportunity.
Saperstein: "Though we are disappointed that Congress has proven unable to pass common sense climate legislation, if the plans laid out today by President Obama are implemented, they promise to advance U.S.
Saperstein: "We call on Congress to immediately take up and pass a new formula to ensure that jurisdictions that continue to implement discriminatory voting practices are prevented from doing so."
WASHINGTON, D.C., June 24, 2013 - Today, the Supreme Court ruled in Fisher v. Texas, the latest challenge to affirmative action to appear before the Court.
Weinstein: "The symbolism of the bill's House passage is indeed important, demonstrating the unfortunate reality that women's reproductive rights remain at risk."
Reform Movement Supports Availability of Emergency Contraception
Rabbi Saperstein: "Adopting the Begin Plan at this point is premature. It is clear that more research is necessary to investigate the possible consequences of this plan and its implementation."
Saperstein: "Temple Hesed, led by Rabbi Daniel Swartz, exemplifies a commitment to social justice that is so central to our Reform Movement."