After weeks of preparation and training, 45 student members of the MTA Political Action Club headed to Washington, DC on Monday for a successful day of lobbying.  Students met with Congress and Senate staffers and discussed the impending US Embassy move to Jerusalem, the Taylor Force Act, BDS, and other issues surrounding the American-Israel relationship.  “We are proud of the professionalism our students displayed in today’s meetings and look forward to watching them become our future leaders,” said Freshman Grade Dean and MTAPAC Faculty Advisor Rabbi Eli Cohn.  Click here to view photos.


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