In reaction to the news of the mass shooting at a Sutherland Springs, Texas church on Sunday, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12) issued the following statement:
“My heart is broken by this horrific mass shooting at the First Baptist Church in Southerland Springs, TX. I grieve and pray for everyone murdered and injured today.
Washington, DC – The House Committee on Judiciary today approved the Stopping Abusive Female Exploitation (SAFE) Act, legislation from Representatives Dave Trott (MI-11) and Carolyn B.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12) released the following statement after House Republicans released their new tax plan.
Following an apparent terrorist attack in which a truck was used to kill eight and injure 15 more people in lower Manhattan today, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12), released the following statement:
Starting November 1st New Yorkers Can Go to https://nystateofhealth.ny.gov/individual to Compare and Shop For Insurance Plans
NEW YORK—Today, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12) hosted a town hall at Bellevue Hospital with Assembly Health Committee Chair Richard N.
Members hosted a roundtable discussion about Trump Administration rollbacks of campus sexual assault protections and Legislative Responses
NEW YORK, NY— Today, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12) and Congressman Ro Khanna (CA-17) joined student leaders and advocates to seek new ways to tackle the inadequate sexual assault reporting processes currently employed on college campuses nationwide.
WASHINGTON, DC – Following today’s passage of the GOP budget resolution setting the stage for the GOP Tax Plan that includes repeal of the State and Local Tax (SALT) deduction, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12) released the following statement:
WASHINGTON, DC—Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12), House Ranking Member of the Joint Economic Committee (JEC), today voted against the Republican FY2018 budget legislation that strips healthcare from millions and paves the way for the GOP’s lopsided tax plan which would hurt New Yorkers.
Each year, hundreds of thousands of students travel to Washington, D.C. to learn more about how our country works and, hopefully, get inspired by it all. They tour the extraordinary museums and walk the halls of the Capitol, taking in the exhibits that showcase the courageous accomplishments of extraordinary individuals who have helped to shape our history.
WASHINGTON — A majority of U.S. House members now support legislation to create a Smithsonian museum dedicated to American women's history, marking a major milestone for a bill first introduced in 1995.
Today US lawmakers will try once more to drag their country into the modern era in regard to an age-old problem: money-laundering. Five members of Congress from both parties will announce bills in the House and Senate that would force American firms to disclose who actually owns them.
Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate unveiled bipartisan legislation on Wednesday they say will pierce the veil on shadowy corporate ownership.
Momentum for a museum of women’s history on the National Mall is building, with 198 lawmakers signing on to co-sponsor legislation to create it.
That’s a jump from 150 co-sponsors on June 6, a surge in support that is edging closer to a House majority.
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.