NEW YORK, NY – Today Representative Carolyn B. Maloney issued the following statement honoring the victims of the Armenian Genocide:
“Today we remember the horrific atrocity that began on this day 104 years ago when the Ottoman Empire started its systemic and reprehensible genocide of 1.5 million Armenians.
Congresswoman attends oral arguments in New York et al v. Department of Commerce
WASHINGTON, DC – Following hearing the oral arguments in New York et al v. Department of Commerce, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY), co-chair of the House Census Caucus and author of the 2020 Census IDEA Act, released the follow statement.
Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY), co-chair of the House Census Caucus and author of the 2020 Census IDEA Act, released the following statement ahead of Tuesday’s oral arguments at the Supreme Court in the case of New York et al. v. Department of Commerce over the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 Census. The Congresswoman will be attending the oral arguments.
WASHINGTON, DC- Representatives Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY), Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), and Peter King (R-NY), chief House sponsors of the bipartisan Never Forget the Heroes: Permanent Authorization of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Act today announced that the bill has the support of more than half of the House of Representatives.
Following the announcement that the NYC Health Commissioner issued a mandate for all those living, working, or residing in Williamsburg, Brooklyn to be vaccinated with the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY), who represents parts of Williamsburg, issued the following statement:
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY) and Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) on Tuesday re-introduced the Access to Birth Control Act, a bill that would guarantee patients’ timely access to birth control at the pharmacy.
When the longest government shutdown in history came to a close, Representatives Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY) and Jackie Speier (D-CA) wasted no time in getting back to the business of what matters: advancing equality.
In the United States of America, women are still not equal to men in the eye of the U.S. Constitution.
WASHINGTON — Actresses and activists Alyssa Milano and Patricia Arquette took their star power to the Capitol Tuesday to demand gender equality in the US Constitution.
“My name is Alyssa Miliano and in 2019, I do not have equal rights under the Constitution,” Milano said at an event to support the Equal Rights Amendment.
WASHINGTON -- Alyssa Milano has a vagina, but what she wants are equal rights.
The “Charmed” actress joined Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.), fellow thespian Patrica Arquette and others Tuesday for a Capitol Hill rally to push for passage of the long-delayed Equal Rights Amendment.
Actresses Patricia Arquette and Alyssa Milano rallied on Capitol Hill alongside lawmakers Tuesday morning for the abolition of the ratification deadline and subsequent ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment.
"Women are not treated with the same value as men in America, and that stands to reason, as they have no value in their own Constitution," Arquette said.
Four years ago, former New York City Public Advocate Betsy Gotbaum asked us why City & State only honors people under 40. From this innocent question, City & State’s annual 50 Over 50 Awards were born.
More than two weeks following Andrew Cuomo’s announcement that the L-train tunnel would no longer need to be shut down as initially planned, local politicians still have more questions than answers. They are calling for an independent review of the new proposal.
When I was on the New York City Council, I used U.S. Census data to help me best represent my neighbors. The data allowed me to point to cold, hard facts when I was fighting for more funding, advocating for or against policies that would directly affect our community or writing legislation on behalf of everyone in the city.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrats in the U.S. Congress on Wednesday were moving ahead with legislation to prevent the Trump administration from adding a citizenship question to the 2020 Census, following a court decision this week blocking inclusion of such information.
On day 23 of the government shutdown, workers in the city shared their stories at a news conference on the Lower East Side.
The shutdown became the longest in U.S. history this weekend, and Rep. Nydia Velázquez joined affected workers, labor leaders and Democrats from Congress to share their stories.