Congressman Donald Norcross

Representing the 1st District of New Jersey
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Sep 20, 2022 In The News

“When the pandemic came to South Jersey, our hospitals and health care workers were on the frontline,” said Donald Norcross.

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Sep 19, 2022 In The News

The only electrician in Congress, Norcross was chuffed to point out that one student said he wanted to study the trade. 

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Sep 19, 2022 In The News

Murphy and hospital officials were joined by former Gov. Chris Christie, U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross, D-Camden, and Camden Mayor Vic Carstarphen.

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Sep 15, 2022 In The News

“Whether you’re developing a workforce to build it or those to operate it, the sooner we begin that training pipeline, the better off we will be,” Rep. Donald Norcross said.

Sep 14, 2022 In The News

“This is a day we will never forget,” said Norcross. “Each of us relives it in our minds. Where you were, what you did and what you were wearing. It’s hard to believe it’s been 21 years. And I look here, to the next generation, and it’s indicative of who we are as a nation. 

Aug 31, 2022 In The News

Rep. Donald Norcross (D-N.J.), a lead sponsor of the bill, said Wednesday that "there would be no Starbucks without the thousands of employees who show up to work, including during the pandemic."

Aug 29, 2022 In The News

Severe criticisms of Amazon recently have come from Rep. Donald Norcross, D-Camden, and Rep. Frank Pallone, D-Monmouth, for what they said were high rates of workplace injuries at its New Jersey warehouses. An Amazon worker died at a facility in Carteret, Middlesex County, during the company’s intense Prime Day sale July 12-13.

Aug 26, 2022 In The News

Norcross, a longtime union electrician, accused Amazon in April of displaying an “apparent disregard for the health and wellbeing” of its warehouse workers...

Aug 25, 2022 In The News

Rep. Donald Norcross (D-N.J.), the other House Labor Caucus co-chair, wrote Thursday on social media that "Starbucks—a multi-billion dollar corporation—is squeezing its workers to stop them from exercising their legally protected rights."

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