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Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney with workers during construction of the Second Avenue subway. Photo courtesy of Congresswoman Maloney's office
To the Editor:
“Women Interrupted” (Business Day, June 15) sheds important light on a phenomenon women know all too well.
Folks are coming out against the city's plan to build high-end housing on public-housing land, according to the Daily News.
In 1992, when New York City Democrat Carolyn Maloney won her congressional seat, the number of female representatives nearly doubled overnight to 47; she was part of the largest female contingent ever voted into the 435-member chamber in a single election. Maloney quickly bonded with 10-term Colorado Democrat Patricia Schroeder, who'd been one of 16 women in her first term.
New York's Congressional reps slammed President Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey, and called for a special prosecutor to take over the investigation into Russia's ties to the Trump campaign.
Manhattan Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney announced last night she would renew her effort to get the long-stalled Equal Rights Amendment passed, arguing that the era of President Donald Trump is even more reason to get the amendment through.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) on Saturday said the GOP's ObamaCare repeal plan is "an assault on working Americans."
"It'll remove over 24 million people who have healthcare now from the roles. It'll increase costs for Americans. It imposes an age tax and guts the protections of pre-existing conditions," Maloney told MSNBC.
House lawmakers on Tuesday wrangled over a GOP-led bill to undo Obama-era financial regulations, with one Democrat calling the almost 600-page plan a "middle finger" to American consumers and regulators.