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Unitarian Universalist group joins 3-strikes law opponents

The Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations has joined a chorus of opposition to a pending three-strikes anticrime bill, saying it cannot stand by and allow the legislation to continue.

The Rev. Peter Morales, president of the national organization, called on state lawmakers to dissolve the conference committee that has been hashing out a final bill for approval. Morales also hand-delivered a letter of opposition to the offices of Governor Deval Patrick, House Speaker Robert DeLeo, and Senate President Therese Murray this week, church officials said.

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