Washington – After years of fighting to pass critical Lyme disease legislation into law, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney announced that his bill passed the House of Representatives as part of the 21st Century Cures Act on a broad bipartisan vote of 392 to 26. In February 2015, Reps.
In June, Speaker Ryan Abandoned Regular Order After Maloney Amendment Passed House
Washington - Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) issued the following statement after the House of Representatives unanimously passed the Railroad Emergency Services Preparedness, Operational Needs, and Safety Evaluation (RESPONSE) Act. Rep. Maloney is an original cosponsor of the House version of the RESPONSE Act, which was introduced in March 2015:
Washington – Months after engaging in one of the most controversial floor fights in recent memory, Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus Co-Chair and National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) Conference Committee Conferee Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) sent a letter to the President
Newburgh, NY – Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) released the following statement after reports that two women were shot and killed at a Halloween party in Newburgh on Sunday, October 30th.
Newburgh, NY – In the final days of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney announced a $100,000 investment through the Economic Development Agency’s (EDA) Local Technical Assistance program to provide training, technical assistance, and mentoring to assist Hispanic and Latino entrepreneurs and business owners start or grow their businesses.
Newburgh, NY - Weeks after announcing the launch of a biomonitoring program to test Newburgh residents for the contaminant perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS), which was found in the Newburgh water supply, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney announced the introduction of two bills to improve and expand testing and research for possible contamination of water supplies.
Has Also Passed Nine Bills to Help Veterans, Returned over $3 Million in Earned Benefits for over 800 Hudson Valley Veterans and their Families
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CITY OF NEWBURGH — Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney will open an office in Newburgh on Monday.
Federal budget cuts affecting schools, the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and other programs and institutions throughout the Hudson Valley and Catskills lumbered into reality on Friday, as last-minute talks in Washington to avert them sputtered.
President Barack Obama and congressional leaders will make a final attempt at a pre-deadline compromise at a White House meeting this morning to avoid the automatic sequester cuts, but top lawmakers conceded the prospects were dim for a deal in the short term.
Delayed flights. Closed government offices. Services brought to a standstill. Employees told to stay home and forget about collecting a paycheck.
That's what may be in store today in the Hudson Valley as sequestration takes effect and federal officials begin to cut more than $85 billion in federal expenditures.
Agriculture is one of Hudson Valley's leading industries and local farmers are fighting to keep it that way. Farmers from across the region turned out for an Agricultural Town Hall Meeting hosted by Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney. YNN's Meredith Zaritheny was there and has more on how local leaders and farmers are teaming up to save the farming way of life.
A congressman from New York’s Hudson Valley will hold an Agriculture Town Hall gathering Wednesday in Orange County. The forum comes as Congress begins to consider a long-term farm bill.
Democratic Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney will hold the forum in Warwick. He says he wants to hear the concerns and priorities of local farmers and producers.
WARWICK — Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney will have a public forum Wednesday on farming issues.
Maloney, a freshman Democrat representing Orange County, serves on the House Agriculture Committee.
He said he wants to “hear the concerns and priorities of our local farmers and producers” as Congress resumes debating the stalled Farm Bill.