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WASHINGTON—The House passed two bills Wednesday aimed at bolstering women, approving legislation to revive the Equal Rights Amendment and reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act, both of which face uncertain paths in the Senate.
WASHINGTON -- The Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution that passed Congress nearly 50 years ago took a step towards finally becoming reality Wednesday as the House passed a resolution to extend the deadline for its ratification.
NEW YORK (WABC) -- As we honor icons throughout Women's History Month, we want to share the powerful work of Brooklyn's own Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm, who broke barriers and paved the way for thousands of women.
A top House Democrat announced a new bill on Monday to increase transparency of presidential records.
To kick off Sunshine Week, House Oversight and Reform Committee Chair Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) is introducing new legislation designed to update a decades-old presidential records law.
The House Oversight and Reform Committee is demanding that the U.S. Postal Service release a contract with a private company for a new delivery vehicle fleet that is reportedly worth up to $6 billion.
A slate of politicians, city residents and activists spoke out in unanimous opposition against a proposed plan from National Grid to upgrade its energy center in Greenpoint during a public hearing Wednesday evening.