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National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League (NARAL) Pro-Choice America, a national women’s health advocacy organizations, has announced its endorsement of Norm Needleman for the State Senate seat from the 33rd District in Connecticut.
The objective of NARAL Pro-Choice America candidate endorsements is to “elect champions who don’t just pay lip service to values of reproductive freedom, but who truly fight for them…and help defeat those who want to roll back the clock on our rights.”
In accepting the endorsement, Needleman said, “We must continue our efforts to make certain that women have the right to choose how and when to raise a family, that paid family leave is assured, and that pregnancy discrimination is erased from the workplace. The endorsement by NARAL Pro-Choice America is deeply gratifying. It strengthens my longstanding commitment to ensure that basic reproductive rights are guaranteed to all women in or district, our state, and our nation.”
Norm Needleman is the Democratic candidate for the 33rd State Senate District, which consists of the towns of Chester, Clinton, Colchester, Deep River, East Haddam, East Hampton, Essex, Haddam, Lyme, Portland, Westbrook, and part of Old Saybrook.
Needleman is the founder and CEO of Tower Laboratories, a manufacturing business. As CEO, he has built the business to become a leader in its field, employing more than 225 people.
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