Congressman Donald Norcross

Representing the 1st District of New Jersey
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Dec 6 2021
“People struggling with opioid addiction shouldn’t be stigmatized. They shouldn’t be forced to wait in lines every morning for treatment. They deserve dignity. They should be able to get their medicine from their pharmacist, just like everyone else does."
Nov 19 2021
“This historic legislation puts workers and their families first. It was workers who kept us running through the pandemic – from staffing emergency rooms to stocking grocery store shelves – and it is working people who will pull us forward. But despite America’s dependence on hard-working families- they have gotten a raw deal for far too long."
Nov 16 2021
"The men and women of the U.S. Armed Services are highly skilled and uniquely qualified for Registered Apprenticeships, which allow apprentices to earn while they learn and build toward a fulfilling career in a skilled trade.”
Nov 15 2021
“The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is going to help rebuild America and will create millions of good-paying jobs."
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Rep. Norcross hosts Child Care Roundtable to Discuss American Rescue Plan Funding

Apr 9, 2021

Rep. Norcross hosted a virtual Child Care Roundtable with parents and child care providers to discuss the relief coming from the American Rescue Plan. At the roundtable, Norcross was joined by Senior Policy Analyst at Advocates for Children New Jersey Cynthia Rice, Director of C.A.R.E. for ME Children’s Learning Center in Pennsauken Keisha Wright-Daniel, Family Child Care Provider Pennsauken Azizah Arline and Director Children’s Services Camden County Sister Donna Minster.

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Norcross Hosts Black History Month Conversation on the SJ Harriet Tubman Museum

Feb 25, 2021

Rep. Norcross met via Zoom with Cynthia L. Mullock, Executive Director of the Harriet Tubman Museum and Lynda Anderson-Towns, President of the Board of Trustees to learn more about the Harriet Tubman Museum and Harriet Tubman's connection to South Jersey.