Washington — Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) released the following statement after President Donald Trump’s first address to Congress:
Newburgh, NY — Following the implementation of a series of Executive Orders and bills targeting women’s health, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney announced that Ruth-Ellen Blodgett, President & CEO of Planned Parenthood Mid-Hudson Valley, will be his guest for President Trump’s first speech to a joint session of Congress.
Newburgh, NY — Representative Sean Patrick Maloney released the following statement in response to reports that Jewish Community Centers in Tarrytown and Scarsdale had received terroristic threats.
“Acts of terrorism against communities of any faith in the Hudson Valley will not be tolerated. Period. I condemn these disgusting acts and the people who committed them.
Newburgh, NY — Following the release of the first round of blood test results for Newburgh residents concerned about PFOS and PFOA exposure from drinking contaminated water, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) announced that he will introduce The Investing in Testing Act, which will require the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to conduct a two-year study into the long-te
Hosted Nearly 90 Speak with Sean Events Since 2013, Including 30 Telephone Town Halls
Newburgh, NY — Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) released the following statement after the Departments of Justice and Education released a new guidance which seeks to undermine the rights of children and students who are transgender:
New Windsor, NY — On George Washington’s birthday, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) joined elected officials, veterans and service organizations at the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor in New Windsor to announce the introduction of The National Purple Heart Hall of Honor Commemorative Coin Act. The bill would honor the Hall with a commemorative coin provided by the U.S.
During the Call, 66% of Respondents Opposed Muslim Ban
COPS Grant Provides Funding to Hire Additional Police Officers
Washington – Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) released the following statement after the Senate confirmed President Trump’s nominee for Attorney General, Jeff Sessions.
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Our two local members of Congress have differences of opinion on many topics, but they have no trouble agreeing that the decision by the United States Postal Service to stop delivering mail on Saturday will be an inconvenience to their constituents, especially those in business.
The U.S. Senate voted Tuesday, 78-22, to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act, which was originally passed in 1994 and twice reauthorized with bipartisan support.
Now it's up to the House of Representatives to lose the partisan rancor and pass its companion bill.
TOWN OF NEWBURGH — A bit of competition keeps everyone on their toes.
That's the idea behind U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand's first bill in the new Congress.
The legislation, called the Made in America Manufacturing Act, calls for different regions of the U.S. to compete to win federal dollars that will go to support their manufacturing industry.
Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney, who represents the 18 N.Y. Congressional District, participated in a swearing in ceremony at Mahopac Public Library on Sunday, Jan. 27.
WASHINGTON - Congress is sending a $50.5 billion emergency relief measure for superstorm Sandy victims to President Barack Obama for his signature.
The Senate on Monday cleared the bill, 62-36. Northeast lawmakers say the money is desperately needed to help recovery efforts from the one of the region's worst storms. The House passed the bill two weeks ago.
It took freshman Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney only a day after his swearing-in to deliver his first floor speech. The Democrat from Cold Spring made his brief remarks during the Jan. 4 House debate on legislation to spend $9.7 billion paying flooding claims related to Superstorm Sandy.
Freshman Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, a Democrat hailing from Cold Spring, was among the youngest people to serve as White House staff secretary, doing so during the Clinton administration.
After defeating incumbent Nan Hayworth last November in the state’s 18th congressional district election, Maloney finds himself just a short walk down Pennsylvania Avenue at the U.S. Capitol.
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney plans to do something no state or federal politician in recent memory has done: open an office in the City of Newburgh.
Maloney staffers expect to move into half of the second floor of a city-owned building at 123 Grand St., a former courthouse. Enthusiastic City Council members authorized the deal on Monday.