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The Star-Ledger. By: Amanda Hoover
WASHINGTON TWP -- Kennedy University Hospital has spent the past two years taking steps to curb opioid distribution and provide recovery options to those struggling with addiction, ultimately seeing a drop in abusers seeking medication from the hospital.
CAMDEN, N.J. - On Thursday, May 11th, Congressman Donald Norcross (D-NJ) took a stand in support of Planned Parenthood, in response to the recent U.S. House decision to pass Trump's new health care bill, the American Health Care Act.
CBS Philly. By: Mark Abrams
CAMDEN, NJ (CBS) — A South Jersey congressman says he is standing with Planned Parenthood, and will oppose efforts to end federal funding to the organization.
Congressman Donald Norcross, standing in the Camden Planned Parenthood office on Thursday, declared there is a war on women’s health and he will join the battle on the side of women.
Courier-Post. By: Congressman Donald Norcross
April 27, 2017
While living in Camden, the great poet Walt Whitman wrote about “a City Invincible,” and while we’ve adopted that motto, many forget he also wrote of a “City of Friends.” It is this idea of friendship and community that, I believe, led us on a new path for Camden.
NJ.com. By: Rebecca Everett
April 22, 2017
CAMDEN — The City of Camden has found itself near the top of some undesirable lists over the years, including most dangerous cities.
But this week, the Camden metropolitan area was recognized for being at the top of a much more positive data set: It had the highest percent increase of jobs over the course of a year.
The Observer. By:JT Aregood
April 17, 2017
MAPLE SHADE — South Jersey residents at a town hall held by Rep. Donald Norcross on Monday were eager to hear how the congressman would defend the Affordable Care Act in the face of Republican efforts to repeal and replace the law.
The Asbury Park Press. By: Nicholas Pugliese
April 18, 2017
The roughly 44,000 members of the military who live and work at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in Burlington County, as well as some of the more than 400,000 veterans who live in New Jersey, could have an easier time accessing private-sector specialty medical services under a new program announced Tuesday.
NJTV News. By: David Cruz
April 18, 2017
NJTV News. By Michael Aron
...At the Branch Village community center this morning, New Jersey’s two U.S. senators and Camden’s congressman gathered to hear the deputy secretary of HUD [U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development] bring some good news.
...“Camden is rising. [This is] more evidence,” said Congressman Donald Norcross.
NJ.com. By Caitlyn Stulpin