"It's outrageous and immoral to cut programs that help feed our nation's children," said Rep. Donald Norcross, D-1st Dist. "It's clear we shouldn't be cutting SNAP benefits and should be raising wages so working men and women can buy groceries and feed their children."
CAMDEN - Amid a national uproar over the separation of children from their families at the Mexican border, U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross complained Thursday that he couldn't immediately visit with migrant children now in the care of a Camden-based social services agency.
The Center for Family Services is presently caring for 27 boys and girls, including four teen mothers and their babies, while the agency works to reunify the children with their families.
CHERRY HILL - As he presented Jefferson Health New Jersey President Joe Devine with a proclamation, U.S. Rep. Donald Norcross said quietly, "You're saving lives ... there can be no higher calling."
As one of the Philadelphia-South Jersey region's largest health care providers, Jefferson's mission is saving lives, but on Monday the system was singled out for its work saving the lives of a particular group of people: Those who are struggling with heroin or opioid addiction.
Donald Norcross has completed the first step in his re-election bid. Norcross defeated a pair of challengers in Tuesday night's Democratic Primary in the First Congressional District.
Parkland shooting survivor calls for action at South Jersey town hall, says gun violence ‘is in the hands of our country’
Parkland shooting survivor Carly Novell reflected on her experience and on the numerous other mass shootings that have occurred across the nation Tuesday during a gun violence town hall at Haddon Heights High School hosted by Rep. Donald Norcross, D-1st of Camden.