N.J. town targets Orthodox Jewish eruvs with rule change, report says

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JACKSON — The Orthodox Jewish community in Jackson won’t be allowed to construct an eruv after the township council voted Wednesday to change a local ordinance, according to a report on APP.com. Without an eruv, a symbolic boundary often comprised of PVC pipe and wire placed on utility poles, Orthodox Jews are not permitted to carry…

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