Center for a Just Society

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The Center for a Just Society works "to advance and defend Judeo-Christian principles of human dignity and social justice in law, policy and the public square," according to its website. [1]

The group's chair, Ken Connor, "served as counsel to Governor Jeb Bush in Bush v. Schiavo , one of the country's most watched cases in the long-running legal battle to protect a severely disabled woman, Terri Schindler Schiavo, from a court order to remove her feeding tube. Connor has been deeply involved in state and national politics and has had a leading role in presidential, congressional, and gubernatorial campaigns. In 1994, he was a contender for the Republican nomination for governor of the state of Florida."[2]

Personnel

Contact information

Center for a Just Society
1220 L Street, NW Suite 100-371
Washington DC, 20005

Fax: (202) 388-3560
Website: http://www.centerforajustsociety.org
Email: info (AT) centerforajustsociety.org

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "About CJS," Center for a Just Society, accessed December 2007.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Ken Connor," Center for a Just Society, accessed December 2007.
  3. "Charles W. Bradley," Center for a Just Society, accessed December 2007.
  4. "Robert Fierro," Center for a Just Society, accessed December 2007.

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