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Concerned Clergy for Choice is a multi-faith statewide network of religious leaders committed to standing with Planned Parenthood patients and health centers across New York State. Concerned Clergy for Choice members provide community education on theological perspectives and speak with the media and policy makers about the deep and longstanding religious support for access to basic health care which includes contraception, abortion, and comprehensive sex education. More than 400 religious leaders from diverse communities and faiths across New York State have signed an open letter affirming their commitment. To learn more about Concerned Clergy for Choice or to join the network, please contact Rabbi Dennis Ross, director of Concerned Clergy for Choice, at 518-436-8408 #238 or [email protected]

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