Each year the Rabbinical Assembly passes a number of resolutions on pressing matters impacting the countries and regions where we live, the State of Israel and the future of our shared world. Passing the resolutions allows the RA to take positions on inyanei d’yoma (issues of the day) in a variety of arenas including US domestic policy, and on occasion in other countries, global issues and matters affecting the State of Israel.

Below is a list of resolutions that the RA has passed with regards to Economic Justice issues

2019: Resolution on Proposed Rule Change for Time Limits on SNAP in the United State

2016: Resolution on Paid Family Leave in United States

2014: Resolution on Increasing Minimum Wage and Other Supports for Low-Income Families

2012: Resolution Affirming the Need for Socio-Economic Justice in Federal Budget Prioritization in the US

2012: Resolution on United States Food Policy and International Aid

2009: Resolution on the Current Economic Crisis

2006: Resolution on Poverty in the United States

2006: Resolution on Global Poverty

2005: Resolution on Social Security

2005: Omnibus Resolution on Social Issues

2003: Resolution In Support of Aid to States (USA)

2003: Resolution On Assistance to Needy Families

2002: Resolution on Helping the Poor in a Recessionary Economy

2002: Resolution on Health Care for the Poor

2001: Resolution in Support of The International Year of the Volunteer

2000: Resolution on Congressional Tax Cuts

2000: Resolution in Support of International Debt Relief