Washington, D.C. – Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney released the following statement on Black History Month and the anniversary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).
WASHINGTON – Representative Sean Patrick Maloney called upon House Republican leadership to quickly pass the bipartisan Senate-passed Violence Against Women Act (VAWA). Earlier today, the Senate passed the Violence Against Women Act by a bipartisan vote of 78 to 22. Representative Maloney is currently a co-sponsor of H.R. 11, the House version of the recently passed Senate VAWA bill.
Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) joined with Republicans to support the “Require a Plan Act” requiring President Obama to submit a plan to balance the budget. With the support of only a handful of Democrats, the “Require a Plan Act” passed the House by a vote of 253-167.
Representative Sean Patrick Maloney held his first “Congress at Your Company” at MasterCard's headquarters in Purchase where more than a thousand employees work, including many New Yorkers from the 18th Congressional District. Maloney held a jobs roundtable with the company’s leaders and a town hall with the company's employees.
Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney released the following statement on the 4th Anniversary of the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act which protects women and other workers by restoring employee’s rights to challenge pay discrimination based on sex, race, and age:
Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) applauded the Senate passage of the bi-partisan Hurricane Sandy relief package, H.R. 152.
Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) crossed party lines to support “No Budget, No Pay” which passed the House by a vote of 285-144. This legislation ensures our country avoids defaulting on our debt and would withhold congressional pay until a comprehensive budget is passed by Congress.
Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) voted in support for today’s Hurricane Sandy relief package, H.R. 152, which passed the House by a vote of 241-180. This relief package provides assistance to small businesses, individuals and local governments hardest hit by the storm. In addition, this bill invests in long-term rebuilding and critical infrastructure.
WASHINGTON — With Hurricane Sandy aid still pending in the House, freshman Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) offered his first amendment which would require Congress to respond to the critical disaster relief needs within one week of a federal disaster declaration.