Maloney Statement on Release of First Census 2000 Numbers Urges New Administration to Disclose its Plans for Future Releases and "Leave No Child Behind"
WASHINGTON, DC - Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY), ranking Democrat on the House Census subcommittee, released the following statement today on the release of the first numbers from the 2000 Census.
WASHINGTON, DC - Rep. Carolyn Maloney(D-NY) today applauded the resolution of a lawsuit brought by Alabama against the Exxon-Mobil corporation. The jury in the case found Exxon-Mobil guilty of deliberately underpaying royalties owed for natural gas taken from Alabama waters. It ordered Exxon-Mobil to pay $3.5 Billion in punitive damages.
WASHINGTON, DC - Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY), ranking Democrat on the House Census subcommittee, issued the following statement upon the nomination by President-Elect Bush of his campaign Chairman Don Evans as Commerce Secretary.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney hailed the passage today of a bill that included $935,000 for the NYU Program in Women's Cancer. The money was included in the final fiscal year 2001 appropriations bill for Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, which passed the House by a vote of 292-60.
NEW YORK, NY - Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (Queens, Manhattan), a Member of the Congressional Caucus on Irish Affairs, joined President William Jefferson Clinton on an historic trip to Ireland this week, saying, “I strongly support efforts for peace in Ireland and I hope that our upcoming trip, with President Clinton’s leadership, will bring together all the parties involved in these talks toward the common goal of a successful and fulfilled peace settlement.”
WASHINGTON, DC -- "The untimely and unexpected death of Rep. Julian Dixon is a tragedy for this Congress and our country. It is a fitting honor that today we are publicly celebrating his first-class record of public service.
Testimony of Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney on LaGuardia Airport Subcommittee on AviationDecember 5, 2000
NEW YORK: Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney (Manhattan, Queens) joined a coalition of community groups today to announce the formation of the 23rd Street Partnership, a community improvement project that seeks to reduce homelessness by providing job-skills training and employment in community-improvement projects for low-income men and women. Maloney said of the Partnership, "If anyone ever tells you that a small group of people working together to make a difference doesn't have an impact, tell them to check out the 23rd Street Partnership where a few good people are helping to change a neighborhood and improve lives."
New York, NY - "With the passing of Henry B. Gonzalez our country has lost a true American hero. Since coming to Washington during the Kennedy Administration, Chairman Gonzalez worked tirelessly as an advocate for the poor and disenfranchised. He will be long remembered for his successful leadership as Chairman of the Banking Committee and his willingness to take up causes and spearhead investigations of subjects that others were afraid to approach.
ASTORIA, QUEENS: At a special meeting of the Marine Terrace Tenants Association tonight, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (Queens, Manhattan) announced recent actions to protect tenants from losing their homes through renewal of their expiring Section 8 housing contract.