WASHINGTON, DC — At today’s Oversight and Reform Subcommittee on National Security hearing examining the Trump Administration’s Afghanistan strategy with Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad, Congresswoman Carolyn B.
Washington, DC — At today’s House Financial Services Subcommittee on Investor Protection, Entrepreneurship, and Capital Market hearing, “Insider Trading and Stock Option Grants: An Examination of Corporate Integrity in the Covid-19 Pandemic,” Congresswoman Carolyn B.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY), sponsor of the Equal Rights Amendment in the House of Representatives, today voted to pass H.R. 2694, the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act. This bipartisan legislation establishes a pregnant worker’s rights to clear-cut, reasonable workplace accommodations.
Washington, DC – Today, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY) voted to pass H.Res. 908, Condemning All Forms of Anti-Asian Sentiment As Related to COVID-19, bipartisan House resolution condemning all manifestations of expressions of racism, xenophobia, discrimination, anti-Asian sentiment, scapegoating, and ethnic or religious intolerance related to COVID-19.
Washington, DC — At today’s House Financial Services Committee hearing, “Prioritizing Fannie’s and Freddie’s Capital over America’s Homeowners and Renters? A Review of the Federal Housing Finance Agency’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic”, Congresswoman Carolyn B.
Washington, DC – Today, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY) voted to pass H.R. 2574, the Equity and Inclusion Enforcement Act (EIEA), legislation which will restore the power of students and parents to hold schools and other federally funded programs accountable for discriminatory policies and practices.
New York, NY – Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY) is calling on all middle and high school student in New York’s 12th Congressional District to participate in this year’s Congressional App Challenge.
“Al celebrar el Mes de la Herencia Hispana este año y honrar la cultura, los logros y las grandes contribuciones de la comunidad latina que enriquecen a nuestra nación, también debemos hacer una pausa para reflexionar. Este año, la comunidad Latinx está sufriendo de manera desproporcionada por COVID-19, en términos de salud y estabilidad económica.
NYCHA has a gas problem.
Worried that the Trump administration might destroy files as its members leave the White House, the Democratic heads of 21 House committees sent letters on Tuesday to more than 50 federal agencies, demanding they comply with federal record-keeping laws and preserve information sought in congressional subpoenas and investigations.
President Trump’s disdain for expertise is well-documented. He called Anthony S. Fauci and other medical experts “idiots.” He has ignored government scientists who accept the reality of climate change. He sidelined diplomats who warned banning Muslims would hurt the United States’ reputation overseas.
Women are on the rise in New York politics. New York women have been elected to top posts in the state Legislature and in Congress, serve as the state’s top attorney and oversee the state’s court system. While the governor and New York City’s mayor are men, both are surrounded by influential female advisers who are shaping the direction of the state.
The Democratic-led House Oversight Committee plans to subpoena US Customs and Border Protection for documents relating to inappropriate or derogatory social media posts or the Facebook groups that had such posts, according to a memo obtained by CNN.
The United States Postal Service is a critical component of our national infrastructure, providing a lifeline of medications, supplies, and mail for all Americans—no matter where they live. The Postal Service has become even more important as our nation contends with the COVID-19 pandemic and the November election in which more Americans will cast mail-in ballots than ever before.
The head of the U.S. Geological Survey violated the federal whistleblower protection law when he retaliated against an agency employee who had filed a complaint about his conduct, according to a new report from the Interior Department’s internal watchdog.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Public relations firms hired by the Department of Health and Human Services vetted political views of hundreds of celebrities for a planned $250 million ad blitz aimed at portraying President Donald Trump’s response to the coronavirus outbreak in a positive light, according to documents released Thursday by a House committee.
WASHINGTON — A $265 million public campaign to “defeat despair” around the coronavirus was planned partly around the politically tinged theme that “helping the president will help the country,” according to documents released on Thursday by House investigators.