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November 18, 1983 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-11-18

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24 Friday, November 18, 1983

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Orthodox Rabbis Join in NY Battle
Against Homosexual Rights in Hiring

By BEN GALLOB

(Copyright 1983, JTA, Inc.)

A number of Orthodox
rabbis have joined with
fundamentalist Christian
clergymen in a fight against
New York Governor Mario
Cuomo's campaign pledge
to issue an executive order
affirming job rights of
homosexuals in state
employment.
The protestors are mem-
bers of a Family Defense
Coalition, with headquar-
ters in Brooklyn, whose rep-
resentatives have twice met
with the governor to express
their strong opposition to
such an executive order. At
the second meeting in Oc-
tober, Cuomo said that
while he favored the idej,
me was not yet ready to act
on it. A rabbi, Yehuda Le-
vin, is director of the coali-
tion. Rabbi Abraham
Hecht, president of the
Rabbinical Alliance of
America, is active in the co-
alition.
After the second meeting,
Hecht told the Jewish Tele-

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the proposed executive
order planned to fight the
governor "from pillar to
post" if he did issue such an
order. Hecht said he be-
lieved the warning rep-
resented the consensus of
some 35 clergymen and
businessmen who met with
Cuomo.

The governor told the
group that he was think-
ing about an order which
would be far narrower
than the homosexual
rights bills which have
been defeated eight times
in the New York City
Council and narrower
than an executive order
signed by Mayor Edward
Koch. The bills would
have outlawed discrimi-
nation in housing, hiring
and public accommoda-
tions based on sexual
preference. The mayor's
order bars city agencies
and contractors doing
business with the city
from discriminating
against homosexuals in

hiring.

The governor told the
participants in the Oct. 27
meeting that his proposed
executive order would ban
such discrimination in
employment by state agen-
cies, which he said was al-
ready the law of the land.
The coalition members said
the principal importance of
such an executive order
would be that it would sym-
bolize acceptance of
homosexuality.

$100,000 Prize
for Duke Prof

NEW YORK — Dr.
Robert J. Lefkowitz of Duke
University has been named
as the 1983 winner of the
Lita Annenberg Hazen
Award for excellence in
clinical research. The
$100,000 cash prize was es-
tablished in 1979 by philan-
thropist Lita Annenberg
Hazen.

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