Congressman Donald Norcross

Representing the 1st District of New Jersey
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News Releases

Feb 12 2020
Fourteen Members of Congress Write to FEMA to Ensure Fair Allocation of UASI Funding
“While South Jersey is included in the Philadelphia-Camden-Wilmington metropolitan statistical area, we do not receive any of the funding from UASI. That’s not right.”
Feb 12 2020
“Military families face unique challenges during their service to our nation, and unfortunately deployments and frequent moves can often lead to financial insecurity.”
Feb 7 2020
House passes the PRO Act, most significant upgrade to U.S. labor law in 80 years

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Congressman Donald Norcross (NJ-01) – a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 351 – voted yes today to pass the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act, in which he is an original co-sponsor.

Feb 3 2020
“The faculty at Rutgers University–Camden are some of the best and brightest in the country. I look forward to seeing the results of this grant.”
Issues:
Jan 23 2020
"Nonprofits – including religious community centers – need our help now, more than ever, to ensure their facilities are secure and attendees are safe.”
Jan 22 2020
“As a young single dad working in the construction field, I struggled myself to find affordable, quality child care – forty years later and not much has changed for parents today.”
Issues:
Jan 3 2020
“No American will mourn the death of Qassem Soleimani, a terrorist responsible for the deaths of hundreds of our sons and daughters."
Dec 20 2019
“Today, many student-parents are forced to choose work over their education because they cannot afford child care. Access to quality, affordable child care for college students impacts the strength of our economy and the diversity of our workforce."
Issues:
Dec 19 2019
“Today’s events are a solemn reminder of our duty as Americans to protect the great democracy that our founders built."
Dec 18 2019
“This is a time of grave concern for all Americans. Over two years ago, I was one of the first Members of Congress to vote to advance an impeachment inquiry. Since then, I have withheld final judgement as I reviewed the facts and heard testimony from each witness."

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