RTD Accused of Double Standard On ‘Issue’ Ads on Buses

  A breaking news report by Denver’s KVDR Fox 31 News accuses Colorado’s RTD (Regional Transportation District) of applying a double standard when deciding which ads to accept, reject or edit. Discussing recent anti-Israel ads that have appeared on RTD buses, Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Regional Director Scott L. Levin explains: “There is no credible…
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Levin: It’s time for Wyoming to enact hate crime laws

In a Guest Column published in the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, Anti-Defamation League Mountain States Regional Director Scott L. Levin writes:   The savage attack on parishioners at Emanuel AME Church in South Carolina reminds us that South Carolina, like Wyoming, is one of only five states that cannot legally recognize such acts for what they are:…
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Urge Congress to Pass Essential Legislation to Protect the Right to Vote

Legislation was recently introduced in both the House and Senate that would update the Voting Rights Act and ensure that all citizens can participate fully in our democracy. Urge your Members to support the Voting Rights Advancement Act of 2015 (S. 1659/H.R. 2867)….
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Join ADL for the 2015 Gala: Honoring Our Present, Celebrating Our Future

Register now to attend the Gala!    The Anti-Defamation League is pleased to honor ADL National Chair Barry Curtiss-Lusher and his wife Gay for Barry’s three years of leadership as ADL National Chair, as well as the work both of them have done on behalf of ADL and so many other organizations at a special…
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Save the Dates for ADL’s National Commission Meeting and Gala in Denver!

REGISTER HERE: The Anti-Defamation League’s Mountain States Region is excited to host a meeting of ADL’s National Commissioners in Denver, Colorado from October 15-17, 2015.  This will be the first National Commission Meeting led by Jonathan Greenblatt, who will be succeeding Abe Foxman as National Director in July.  Please plan to join ADL National Commissioners,…
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