2009 Photo Gallery
Credit Cardholders' Bill of Rights Introduction Event
1/3/2009: Representative Maloney announces the resubmission of her Credit Cardholders' Bill of Rights Act for the 111th Congress. With her are members of supportive groups including: The Consumer Federation of America, The National Council of La Raza, The National Small Business Association, The Service Employees International Union, The U.S. Public Interest Research Group, Consumer Action, and Consumer Union
Credit Cardholders' Bill of Rights Act Introduction Event
1/3/2009: Congresswoman Maloney pictured with Senator Schumer and Senator Mark Udall who are championing the Credit Cardholders' Bill of Rights Act in the Senate
Congresswoman Maloney, Senator Webb host press event on Paid Parental Leave for Federal Employees
1/29/2009: At the press conference on HR 626, Federal Employees Paid Parental Leave (FEPPLA), from left to right: Saul Schniderman of the Library of Congress Guild, AFSCME, Ellie Smeal, President, Feminist Majority Foundation, Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, Rep. Stephen Lynch, Rep. Carolyn Maloney, Senator Jim Webb, Lisa Maatz, American Association of University Women, Kim Gandy, President, National Organization for Women, Karen Minatelli of the Nat’l Partnership for Women & Families, and Rep. Danny K. Davis, and Paul Gage, National President of the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE).
Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act Event with Carole King
2/11/2009:From left to right, Representative Dennis Moore, Representative Carolyn B. Maloney and pop music legend Carole King announcing the reintroduction of the Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection act on
Congresswoman Maloney and Former Federal Reserve Chairman Volcker
2/26/2009: Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney, Chair of the Joint Economic Committee, with former Federal Reserve Chair Paul Volcker before his testimony to the Committee.
Congresswoman Maloney with the Intel Science Group
3/10/2009: Prize winners of the Intel Science Prize winners from New York area high schools were congratulated by Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) on their visit to Washington, DC in early March. Shown here: Annisa Mak (Stuyvesant H.S.), Chelsea Jurman (Roslyn H.S.), Jocelyn Chuang (Bronx H.S. of Science), Rep. Maloney, Abigail Greene (John Jay H.S.), Adam Sealfon (Stuyvesant H.S.), Josepher Li (Bronx H.S. of Science), and Intel Advisor Alice Borelli.
Congresswoman Maloney with Jocelyn Chuang from Intel Science
3/10/2009: Upper East Sider Jocelyn Chuang, Intel Science Prize winner at the Bronx High School of Science, shown receiving congratulations from her Congresswoman, Rep. Carolyn Maloney, on the prize winners’ trip to Washington, DC.
Rep. Maloney with the Long Island City YMCA girls
3/24/2009: Rep. Maloney and Councilman Eric Gioia with the 2009 Long Island City YMCA girls basketball league.
Rep. Maloney opens the 2009 season of the Long Island City YMCA girls basketball league
3/24/2009: Rep. Maloney opens the 2009 season of the Long Island City YMCA girls basketball league.
Leona Hull, with Reps. Maloney, McMahon and Nadler
3/31/2009: Leona Hull, shown with Reps. Maloney, McMahon and Nadler, shares the story of her late brother, Leon Heyward. The New York Medical Examiner ruled that Mr. Heyward died as a result of toxins he breathed in at Ground Zero.
Rep. Maloney after the Judiciary Committee hearing on the 9/11 Health and Compensation Act
3/31/2009: Gabrielle Pacino, Rep. Maloney, Bonnie Giebfried, Rev. Bill Minson,and John Feal of the FealGood Foundation after the Judiciary Committee hearing on the 9/11 Health and Compensation Act (H.R. 847).
Congresswoman Maloney with Mayors for Peace, May 2009
Congresswoman Maloney with Mayor Tadatoshi Akiba, Hiroshima, Japan and President of Mayors for Peace (2nd from left), Mayor Tomihisa Taue, Nagasaki, Japan and Vice President of Mayors for Peace (4th from left), Mr. Michel Cibot, Department of International Relations for the City of Malakoff, France (1st from left)
Rep. Maloney Passes Landmark Credit Card Reform Legislation
5/22/2009: President Barack Obama signs the Credit Card Bill into law in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington. Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson.This photograph is provided by THE WHITE HOUSE as a courtesy and may be printed by the subject(s) in the photograph for personal use only. This photograph may not be otherwise reproduced, disseminated or broadcast, or used in any commercial manner, without the written permission of the White House Photo Office.
Congresswoman Maloney in the Rose Garden
5/22/2009: Congresswoman Maloney pictured holding the pen President Obama used to sign her landmark consumer protections bill, H.R. 627 the Credit Cardholders' Bill of Rights Act.
Congresswoman Maloney and President Obama at the Rose Garden
5/22/2009: Congresswoman Maloney and President Barack Obama shake hands before President Obama signed her bill, H.R. 627 the Credit Cardholders' Bill of Rights Act into law
Congresswoman Maloney attends signing ceremony for H.R. 627, the Credit Cardholders' Bill of Rights
5/22/2009: Congresswoman Maloney pictured with President Obama as he signs her landmark consumer protections bill, H.R. 627, the Credit Cardholders' Bill of Rights Act into law.
Congresswoman Maloney and Elizabeth Warren
6/9/2009: Congresswoman Maloney, after chairing a hearing of the Joint Economic Committee, speaks with Elizabeth Warren, Chair of the Congressional Oversight Panel for the TARP
Rep. Maloney speaks at a "Nurse-in" on Capitol Hill
6/11/2009: Rep. Maloney, speaking at center, held a Nurse-in on Capitol Hill, to help introduce her Breastfeeding Promotion Act (HR 2819), with the help of an assortment of breastfeeding mothers and also Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley (second from left) and California Rep. Lois Capps (fourth from left, immediately behind Rep. Maloney). The BPA would protect breastfeeding mothers from discrimination in the workplace, require large employers to provide the time and private space moms need to express milk, and provides for tax incentives for employers that establish private lactation areas in the workplace.
Rep. Maloney Reintroduces the Equal Rights Amerndment
7/21/2009: Rep. Maloney at an event outside the Capitol for her re-introduction of the Equal Rights Amendment. Left to right: Terry O’Neill, President of the National Organization for Women, Ellie Smeal, President of the Feminist Majority, Rep. Maloney, Rep. Jerry Nadler, along with members of the National Organization for Women, the American Assoication of University Women, and others.
Rep. Maloney at an event outside the Capitol upon her re-introduction of the Equal Rights Amendment
7/21/2009: Rep. Maloney at an event outside the Capitol upon her re-introduction of the Equal Rights Amendment. Left to right: Terry O’Neill, President of the National Organization for Women, Joan Wages, President, National Women’s History Museum, Rep. Maloney, Rep. Jerry Nadler, along with members of the National Organization for Women, the American Assocation of University Women, and others.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney in New York City being presented with a plaque from NTEU
7/27/2009: Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) At a July event in New York City, the congresswoman was presented with a plaque from NTEU President Colleen M. Kelley noting her dedication to the issue. At the event was, back row, from left: Daniel Rucker, Chapter 311 (LGA TSA), and Iran Rodriguez, president, Chapter 218 (HHS New York). Front row, from left: Carol Fava, Chapter 293 (SEC); Fran Troutman, president, Chapter 99 (IRS Brookhaven Campus); Rep. Maloney; Tiny Smith, legislative coordinator, Chapter 47 (IRS Manhattan); and Judy Cohen, legislative coordinator, Chapter 47 (IRS Manhattan).
Maloney Celebrates passage of 9/11 Health and Compensation Act through House Judiciary Committee
7/29/2009: Reps. Maloney, Nadler and King, along with WTC responders and members of the FealGood Foundation, celebrate passage of the 9/11 Health and Compensation Act through the House Judiciary Committee
Queens Plaza Groundbreaking
8/3/2009: A groundbreaking ceremony was held for the Queens Plaza Roadway Redevelopment project, for which Congresswoman Maloney helped deliver more than $56 million in federal funding. The project will transform the Queens Plaza area into a welcoming, green, and pedestrian-friendly gateway to the City. From left to right are: Gary Kesner of Silvercup Studios, Gayle Baron of the Long Island City Business Development Corporation, Congresswoman Maloney, and Stuart Suna of Silvercup Studios.
Rep Maloney at a Credit Card Reform Event in NYC
On August 20, 2009, Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) joined with representatives of Consumers Union, NYPIRG, and other consumer groups to hail the enactment of the first reforms contained in the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure Act, which Maloney authored in the House. Maloney’s bill, which was signed into law this summer by President Obama, ends unfair, deceptive, and anti-competitive practices by credit card issuers and is a huge victory for American consumers.
Congresswomen Maloney Attends Floating Hospital Ribbon Cutting
1026/2009: Congresswoman Maloney was the keynote speaker at the ribbon-cutting for the Floating Hospital’s expanded clinic in Long Island City, an expansion paid for with $1.3 million in federal stimulus funding. The added space will allow the clinic to serve the local community, one of the most medically under-served in the City. From left to right are: City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer; Sonia Col, Chair of the Hospital’s Board; Sean Granahan, the Hospital’s President; Rep. Maloney; and David Oesterheld, widower of the Hospital’s former Chair Emeritus, Susan Bergholtz.