Congressman Donald Norcross

Representing the 1st District of New Jersey
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News Releases

Jan 29 2019
Will Provide Lost Wages for Federal Contractors Impacted by Recent Government Shutdown
"Federal workers and their families endured incredible hardship during this government shutdown at no fault of their own – and it’s clear they should not have to lose their paychecks."
Jan 29 2019
Will Serve on the House Committee on Education & Labor’s Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor & Pensions, & Subcommittee on Higher Education & Workforce Investment
Will Serve on the House Committee on Education & Labor’s Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor & Pensions, & Subcommittee on Higher Education & Workforce Investment
Jan 24 2019
"The American people have been rightfully demanding lower healthcare costs and we must answer that call."
Jan 23 2019
"I look forward to working in a bipartisan manner to make sure our military is equipped to meet mission requirements and deter potential adversaries, while ensuring the Department of Defense’s acquisition programs are fiscally responsible."
Jan 17 2019
"I’m glad to see Governor Murphy, Senate President Sweeney and Speaker Coughlin have announced an agreement that will help over a million workers and boost New Jersey’s economy."
Jan 16 2019
"No American who works full-time should live in poverty."
Jan 15 2019
Will Serve on the House Committee on Education & Labor, & the House Armed Services Committee
Will Serve on the House Committee on Education & Labor, & the House Armed Services Committee
Jan 10 2019
Care Packages for Our Heroes Act of 2019 Allows Nonprofits to Continue Spreading More Cheer
“We should do everything in our power to lift the spirits of the brave men and women who are serving our country overseas – not place obstacles in the way of those trying to support our troops.”
Issues:
Jan 9 2019
"After the financial collapse, Congress acted to take care of Wall Street. If you can save the banks, you can save the people."
Jan 9 2019
More than 60 Members of Congress Urge Action to Continue Efforts to Address Opioid Epidemic
“We took positive steps in the last Congress to help our friends and neighbors. Now, we need to build upon those successes and vote to increase mental health and addiction funding because one preventable death is too many.”

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