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Recent advocacy efforts resulted in:

  • Security funding for private schools increased to $11.2 M

  • $1 M in state homeland security grants for non-profits

  • Technology funds for private schools increased to $5.4 M

  • New law providing religious accommodations in issuing birth certificates

  • Homeowners associations revised bylaws to allow a succah

  • Lawsuit filed against Jackson Township for anti-Orthodox ordinances

AINJ Legislative Breakfast

Assembly speaker Craig Coughlin at AINJ Legislative breakfast

Senator Paul Sarlo, Chairman Senate Budget with AINJ leadership

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Agudath Israel’s New Jersey Office Applauds New Jersey’s Decision to Allow In-Person Early Intervention Therapy

August 26th, 2020|

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Agudath Israel’s New Jersey office applauds the New Jersey Department of Health’s decision to allow in-person early intervention therapy. “This is an amazing step forward for children with early intervention needs,” says Rabbi Avi Schnall, Director of the New Jersey office of Agudath Israel of America. “Since the […]

Agudath Israel Applauds the US DOJ for Filing Religious Discrimination Lawsuit Against Jackson Township

May 21st, 2020|

On Wednesday, May 20, 2020 the United States Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against Jackson Township, New Jersey alleging the township illegally discriminated against Orthodox Jews through zoning laws that restricted religious schools and outlawed dormitories, intending to keep […]

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