Over 50 Reform Jews from around New York State joined Reform Jewish Voice on Monday to urge lawmakers in Albany to protect a woman’s right to choose, increase the minimum wage and implement campaign finance reform. A highlight of the day was a fiery speech by Sen. Liz Krueger on the importance of RJV’s advocacy and the presentation of letters of recognition for RJV’s 10th Anniversary from Rabbi Rick Jacobs, incoming President of the Union for Reform Judaism, Rabbi David Saperstein, Director of the Religious Action Center, and Rabbi Marla Feldman, Director of the Women of Reform Judaism. To read more about the day, head over to the Times Union Capitol Confidential blog.