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“We strongly support providing the full $1 billion for the Iron Dome replenishment,” the letter, organized by Rep. Donald Norcross (D-NJ), reads. “We hope that as you negotiate with the Senate on FY2022 appropriations, the $1 billion in supplemental funding that the Senate included is maintained.”
“I don’t know many members of Congress who haven’t received a death threat,” said Rep. Donald Norcross, D-N.J.
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"South Jersey families don't deserve to be kicked out of their homes during a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic," said Rep. Donald Norcross (D-1), who pointed out that he supported and voted for ARP.
U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross (D., N.J.) wrote in the Star-Ledger, of Newark, “If we cannot accept the threat is real, and if leaders cannot show bold action in pushing back against it, our democracy remains at risk.”
“Remember five people died that day,” said Norcross, D-1st Dist. “This wasn’t tourists going to Disney World. You saw and I saw what was going on there. This was literally trying to take over the government. The idea of trying to discredit the actual event is, I think, a terrible disservice.”
One year ago today, I was among the final members of the U.S. Congress to leave the floor of the House of Representatives. I arrived that morning to partake in a historic but largely symbolic moment: certifying the Electoral College vote after then-presidential candidate Joseph R. Biden’s victory. I left to the sound of gunfire...
Addiction is a neurobiological process, not a moral deficiency, and it needs to be treated as such. If the country is serious about ending the opioid epidemic, an excellent place to start is by removing restrictions on opioid treatment that create opportunity costs for people needing help and stigmatize them.
Congressman Donald Norcross, who has been a strong proponent of New Jersey’s burgeoning offshore wind industry, welcomed the news of the MOU and applauded the impact it will have on the South Jersey’s economy.
Last year there were 3,046 suspected overdose drug deaths in New Jersey, but recent state data shows this year’s total is on pace to top 3,200.