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Topic - Udi Ofer
The ACLU's New Jersey executive director Udi Ofer says the policies discourage some families from enrolling children, even if there's no intent to discriminate.
ACLU New Jersey's executive director, Udi Ofer, said Monday that he welcomed the possibility of a monitor being appointed.