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Mar 15, 2000 Press Release
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, tucked in the many pages of the successful Aviation Investment and Reform spending bill (H.R. 1000), language authored by Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY) to address public complaints regarding helicopter noise, traffic, and safety issues, passed in the US House of Representatives. The Aviation spending bill passed 318-102.
Mar 14, 2000 Press Release
Washington, DC -- Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney today applauded the U.S. Postal Inspection Service for ordering Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF) President Matthew Glavin to "immediately cease and desist" from using a deceptive fund-raising letter which was disguised as an official mailing from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Mar 14, 2000 Press Release

Thank you Mr. Chairman.

Census Day may be eighteen days away, but the Census has begun. Almost 100 million questionnaires are in the mail and 22 million more are being delivered by hand in rural areas. I received mine yesterday and I urge all Americans to fill out their questionnaire and mail it back.

Mar 14, 2000 Press Release
Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-14) made the following statement today regarding the Interior Department's new oil-valuation rule:
Mar 9, 2000 Press Release
WASHINGTON, D.C. Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY), the Ranking Member of the House Subcommittee on the Census, highlighted a PricewaterhouseCoopers report released today that found that New York City stands to lose approximately $2.3 billion during the next decade if the Census Bureau is blocked from releasing the most accurate population data. In a press conference on Sunday, March 5, 2000 in Oakland, California, GOP Presidential candidate George W. Bush expressly stated that he supports the anti-sampling position of the Republican Party leadership. The Republican leadership staunchly supports blocking the Census Bureau from releasing corrected census data.
Mar 8, 2000 Press Release

Thank you Mr. Chairman, and welcome again Dr. Prewitt. I would like to thank you Dr. Prewitt for taking time out of what must be an incredibly busy schedule to appear before us today. As the Census Bureau begins the most intensive operations of the 2000 Census, Congress and the American public need to stay informed on the progress of the largest peace-time mobilization in American history. I'm happy to say that from reading your testimony Dr. Prewitt, it appears that the 2000 Census operations are on schedule and as of today there are no major problems.

Mar 8, 2000 Press Release

Mr. Chairman, Mrs. Maloney, and Members of the Subcommittee: I welcome this opportunity to report on the status of Census 2000. When I last testified, we were 53 days from Census Day, April 1. Now we are 24 days away and the clock is racing. Much has happened in the last month. The next few weeks will be the most demanding phase of Census 2000 thus far.

Mar 8, 2000 Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, joined by U.S. Surgeon General Dr. David Satcher, and moms who have been fired for breastfeeding on the job, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY) announced that she has introduced the Pregnancy Discrimination Act Amendments of 2000. Maloney's bill clarifies the Pregnancy Discrimination Act civil rights law to protect women from job termination or workplace discrimination if they choose to breastfeed or express milk in the workplace.

Mar 7, 2000 Press Release
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Yesterday, after months of dodging questions from the media and civil rights organizers, Governor George W. Bush finally clarified his position regarding what method of census counting he supports. At a 3/5/2000 press conference in Oakland, California, Governor Bush was asked if he supported the anti-sampling position of the Republican Party leadership, and gave the following answer:
Mar 3, 2000 Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Yesterday, Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY), the Ranking Democrat on the House Census Subcommittee, asked the Postmaster General to investigate, what seems to be a clear violation of federal law, mailings that are intended to resemble government documents. The letters were part of a fund-raising solicitation sent by the Southeastern Legal Foundation (SLF), the leading critic of the Census Bureau, to over a quarter-million households. The letters were sent in envelopes designed to look like official Census Bureau mailings and were timed to overlap with the Census Bureau's mailing out of the official census forms to every home in the country.

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