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Nov 8, 2012 Newsletter

Dear Neighbor,

Nov 2, 2012 Newsletter

Dear Neighbor,

This morning the recovery continues as an all-hands-on-deck effort. The scale of the damage is daunting. Although some progress is being made, there is a need throughout the most affected areas of New York City for non-perishable food, water, and other items for those who cannot get out to buy supplies for themselves.  

Oct 3, 2012 Newsletter

E-NEWSLETTER ~ October 03, 2012


Dear Neighbor—

This Sunday, October 7th I will be hosting a town hall meeting at LaGuardia Community College focusing on the Obama Administration’s recent Immigration Deferred Action Program, with Special Guest Congressman Luis Gutierrez (D-Illinois) who has been a passionate and outspoken proponent of immigration reform.

Jun 29, 2012 Newsletter

E-NEWSLETTER ~ June 29, 2012


Dear Neighbor—

As you’ve heard by now, the Supreme Court upheld the individual mandate and most other major portions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in its ruling yesterday.

This is truly good news for a nation that needs it.

Mar 30, 2012 Newsletter

REP. CAROLYN B. MALONEY E-NEWSLETTER
MARCH 30, 2012  VOLUME IX, NUMBER III



Dear Neighbor,

It's been a busy period in the Capitol, as Spring arrived with 80 degree temperatures-- and Washington's famous cherry blossoms bloomed very early.

Jan 25, 2012 Newsletter

MALONEY E-NEWSLETTER
January 25, 2012 ~ Volume IX, NUMBER II


Dear Neighbor,

President Obama, in his State of the Union address last night, declared, "The State of the Union is getting stronger. And we've come too far to turn back now." (Visit http://www.whitehouse.gov/state-of-the-union-2012)

Jan 12, 2012 Newsletter

JANUARY 13, 2012 ~ VOLUME IX, NUMBER I

 

Dear Neighbor,

As the new year begins, so, too, does the second session of the 112th Congress. Eventually. In fact, the session will not begin until January 17-- and the House is only scheduled to be in session for a grand total of six days this month.

Dec 22, 2011 Newsletter

Dear Neighbor,

The current session of Congress is ending after a year in which the conservative House majority passed a budget which would have (had it passed the Senate) ended Medicare as we know it, repeatedly tried to limit a woman's right to choose, and held a routine debt-limit increase hostage to an extreme agenda.

Aug 9, 2010 Newsletter
Congress returned from the Memorial Day district work period and got straight to work. Financial stability legislation passed the Senate just prior to the holiday, and Senate Banking Committee Chairman Christopher Dodd and Majority Leader Harry Reid deserve hearty congratulations and praise for shepherding S. 3217, the ‘Restoring American Financial Stability Act of 2010,’ through to passage.

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