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“This delegation is a demonstration our commitment to our Allies and partners in Europe. I look forward to hearing from the Ukrainians who have fled Putin’s terror and learning how we can help those who remain in Ukraine,” Norcross said in a statement.
“What I also want bring into the conversation is many of those weapons that we’re talking about are of a design of decades ago. Is it the best use to reengage those lines or to upgrade? How long will that take versus what we need?
Norcross told Defense News the issue raises the question of whether to spend money accelerating production on older weapons for Ukraine that the U.S. military isn’t using. It also highlights the defense industrial base’s broader weaknesses in the area of ammunition and its components.
“The pandemic highlighted how the economy has benefited big corporations and the wealthy at the expense of working people. All workers should be able to organize for better wages and fair working conditions free of intimidation,” said Norcross, who is a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 351.
“It’s a matter of respect, of treating the people who live in Camden City with dignity and holding people who are polluting our neighborhoods accountable,” Norcross said. “This isn’t just about cleaning up garbage. This is about making Camden safer and healthier.
Twenty-five New Jersey elected officials signed a letter of support for the recent unionization efforts at Starbucks stores in the state, urging CEO Howard Schultz to adhere to, and sign, the Fair Election Principles.
Congressman Donald Norcross also signed the letter and said he supported the Starbucks workers. “The pandemic highlighted how the economy has benefited big corporations and the wealthy at the expense of working people.
I am inspired by the women in my life and the women I meet and speak with from New Jersey’s 1st Congressional District to continue the fight for women’s equality in Congress. Unfortunately, women’s rights are under attack.