JCRC Reaffirms Commitment to Access to Affordable Care
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 28, 2012
On this day as the Supreme Court of the United States has upheld core components of the Affordable Care Act, Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston Executive Director Jeremy Burton and President Bill Gabovitch made the following statement:
“We reaffirm the commitment of the organized Jewish community of greater Boston to supporting universal access to comprehensive, quality, and affordable health care. In our work on Beacon Hill, with our partners in other faith communities, and with our representatives in Washington, we continue to encourage consumer choice, prioritizing care for the most vulnerable, and ensuring equity in the provision of health care plans.”
The Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston (JCRC) is the representative voice of the organized Jewish community. Comprised of 40 constituent organizations, JCRC serves as a catalyst for building a strong and vibrant Jewish community in Boston and around the world; advocates for a safe, secure, Jewish, democratic state of Israel; and promotes an American society that is democratic, pluralistic and just.