The Reform movement said it is disappointed by President Bush’s latest judicial appointment. Bush appointed William Pryor during a congressional recess after his opposition to abortion rights and support for religious expression in government-owned properties kept him from garnering the 60 votes in the Senate necessary to pass confirmation. The National Council of Jewish Women also has expressed its opposition to Pryor’s appointment.
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