Jewish groups lay out priorities for Biden administration, next Congress

"Our strength is in bipartisan work," said JFNA President & CEO Eric D. Fingerhut, noting JFNA's longstanding relationships with officials in Washington and among state and local legislators. "This is, I think, the moment when the longstanding work of our community to build relationships on all sides comes to fruition," Fingerhut said. "We're in a very strong position to put forward the priorities of the Jewish community… We have leaders who are on both sides of the aisle, and we've always had that." Read more.