WASHINGTON, D.C. – "Last year Congress altogether eliminated US contributions to the UNFPA. Because the US did not contribute to the UNFPA, in one year alone an additional 1,200 women and 22,500 infants died during pregnancy and an additional 870,000 women and men were deprived of effective contraception. Since the UNFPA’s inception 30 years ago, the US has been its largest donor," Congresswoman Maloney said in a statement this afternoon.
If there is one bright point that has arisen from the untimely and unexpected death of John F. Kennedy, Jr. it is the unearthing of his many marvelous acts of humanity, which until recently had been uncelebrated, cloaked in John Kennedy Jr.'s humility.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Late last night, an amendment introduced by Congressional Women’s Caucus Co- Chair Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) to ensure that none of the funds made available in Treasury, Postal appropriations may be used to implement, administer, or enforce any prohibition on women breastfeeding their children in Federal buildings or on Federal property, passed by a voice vote in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Chairwoman Johnson, Ranking Member Cardin and the rest of the Committee members, thank you for allowing me to testify before you. Today we are discussing the role of the government in the area of child care, an issue I have been working on all of my political life.
Mr. Chairman, Mrs. Maloney, Mr. Davis, thank you for this opportunity to present and answer questions on the Census 2000 Operation Plan, first sent to you six weeks ago, and now refined to incorporate the evaluation based on the Census Bureau's Dress Rehearsal experience. I have submitted written testimony, and will now more briefly comment on issues raised in the letter of invitation to appear before this Subcommittee.
Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY) who has been a vocal advocate of saving the endangered Cottages on the Upper East Side, released the following statement about the impending demolition of the structure:
Reps. Carolyn B. Maloney and Thomas J. Manton announced today that Community School District #30 in Queens has been selected to receive more than $2 million in funding for FY98 under the Magnet Schools Assistance Program. Over the next three years, the District is slated to receive $6.8 million, subject to Congressional appropriations.