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abortion and the role of religion in
public life; supporters have claimed
that opponents are creating a religious
"litmus test" for judicial nominees.
Numerous Jewish groups are oppos-
ing the Pryor nomination or raising
strong concerns about his qualifica-
tions, including some groups that tra-
ditionally stay out of confirmation
fights such as B'nai B'rith and the
Anti-Defamation League.
Opposing the Pryor nomination and
another nominee, Carolyn Kuhl, is "a
top priority" over the recess, said
National Council of Jewish Women
(NCJW) Washington co-director Ellen
Witman.
NCJW and other Jewish groups are
also using the summer recess to lobby
for a stalled hate crimes measure that
would make it easier for federal
authorities to investigate and prosecute
hate crimes. It would also expand
existing hate crimes laws to cover
crimes based on the victim's gender,
disability or sexual orientation.
The last category is why conserva-
tive Christian groups have mounted
an all-out assault against the measure,
which is given little chance of passing
this year.

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Rep. Chris Smith, R-
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