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July 6, 2005
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More than 250 U.S. rabbis encouraged lawmakers to consider judicial nominees who will uphold “religious freedoms” such as reproductive choice. The 270 rabbis expressed concern about nominees whose judicial records display an “inconsistent commitment to upholding basic constitutional rights,” they said in a letter, coordinated by the National Council of Jewish Women and sent to senators Tuesday.

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