School and Congress are back in session, yet it looks like Republicans didn’t get the memo.
After a great August work period in NYC, I came back to DC ready to get to work on Tuesday but, per usual, this do-nothing Republican Congress is doing just that.
NEW YORK— Today, two days after the nation marked the 98th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment, Congresswoman Carolyn B.
New York Rep. Carolyn Maloney wants women to stop paying more than men for products.
"Today my office issued a report on the 'pink tax.' This report shows, not only are we 80 cents to the dollar with the 20 percent discrimination in pay, but that we pay more for other products," said Maloney, who represents New York's 12th Congressional District, in an interview on Cheddar Tuesday.
Washington, D.C. – Ahead of Women’s Equality Day, U.S. Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) and U.S. Representative Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY-12) have released a report detailing the alarming extent to which women in America continue to pay more for goods and services, despite earning less for equal work.
It turns out the "pink tax" associated with shaving cream and deodorants marketed toward women may be seen in more than just consumer products.
Democrats are slamming Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos over a report that the Department of Education is considering allowing states to use federal dollars to purchase guns for schools.
Today, I joined NPR's Joshua Johnson to discuss why we need to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment and finally enshrine women's rights in the Constitution.
NEW YORK – Today, Congresswoman Maloney gathered with Indian-American leaders and representatives of the Federation of Indian Association, Tri-State Area, Chairman, President, Board of Trustees, Executive Committee at the India Day Parade to announce that she will introduce historic legislation to posthumously award Mahatma Gandhi a Congressional Gold
"With approximately 400,000 riders per day, more than half of whom commute between Brooklyn and Manhattan, the L-Train is one of the most important elements of New York’s public transit system. The closure of the Canarsie Tunnel for the repairs needed in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, while necessary, will cause a major disruption to our city’s transit ecosystem.