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New Jersey AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Laurel Brennan

Weinberg names labor leader to panel probing misogyny in NJ politics

By David Wildstein, January 21 2020 10:37 am

Laurel Brennan, the longtime secretary-treasurer of the New Jersey AFL-CIO, has been named to Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg’s new committee to probe complaints of misogyny and sexual assault in New Jersey politics.

Weinberg picked Lt. Gov. Sheila Oliver to join her panel on Monday, after the Murphy administration submitted seventeen names to Weinberg for consideration.

Oliver joins Weinberg and seven other women: veteran lobbyist Jeannine LaRue; political consultant Julie Roginsky; Patricia Teffenhart, executive director of the New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault; lobbyist Sonia Delgado; former assemblywoman Lisa Randall (R-Westwood), former Murphy campaign and administration staffer Elizabeth Coulter, and lobbyist Sabeen Masih.

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