House passes the FAIR Act 225-186
WASHINGTON, DC – Today, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney, Americans Abroad Caucus Co-Chair, introduced two pieces of legislation, the Commission on Americans Living Overseas Act of 2019 and the Overseas Americans Financial Access Act. These bills will help American citizens living abroad who are unfairly and disproportionately burdened by existing tax laws.
Formally requests that H.R. 1980 be placed on consensus calendar
“We’ve spent eighteen years without the loved ones, coworkers, and friends who were killed on 9/11, and the grief is still fresh.
Bill combats unfair practices that charge exorbitant fees for overdraft programs
NEW YORK, NY – Today, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12) joined elected officials, community leaders, and representatives from local community gardens to call for passage of H.R.4197 - the Revitalizing Cities Through Parks Enhancement (RECIPE) Act.
House impeachment investigators fired off subpoenas Friday to a trio of defiant Trump administration officials who have refused to comply voluntarily — including one who publicly slammed the Democratic-led inquiry as a “sham.”
Following a fatal helicopter crash in June and thousands of complaints about helicopter noise, officials will announce a federal bill on Saturday that seeks to ban all “non-essential” helicopter traffic over New York City.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday passed an overhaul of U.S. anti-money laundering rules more than a decade in the making.
House Democrats said Friday they have issued three more subpoenas as part of the impeachment investigation against President Donald Trump, for his budget director, a national security aide and a foreign policy adviser in the State Department.
Mayor Bill de Blasio on Friday sided with a trio of New York City lawmakers seeking to ban commercial helicopters from flying in the Big Apple, saying “there should be no non-essential flights over Manhattan.”
A trio of New York City lawmakers aim to ban all tourist and ride-sharing helicopters flying in Big Apple airspace in the aftermath of deadly crashes.
Democratic Reps. Jerrold Nadler, Carolyn Maloney and Nydia Velazquez will unveil their legislation to restrict commercial helicopter rides on the steps of City Hall on Saturday morning.
Congress is a famously slow-moving institution with a sub-30% approval rating, so it’s always exciting when the governing body does something noteworthy.
The House on Wednesday passed legislation that would reauthorize federal funds aimed at reducing rape kit backlogs nationwide.
The measure, known as the Debbie Smith Act, authorizes funding for crime labs to process DNA evidence, requires states to create a plan to reduce the rape kit backlog and helps fund DNA training for law enforcement.
A trio of New York City lawmakers will roll out legislation this weekend that would ban nearly all commercial helicopter traffic in the five boroughs, the Daily News has learned, a drastic proposal that comes in response to several fatal chopper crashes.