carolyn maloney

The actress spoke Tuesday at the House’s first meeting on the Equal Rights Amendment in 36 years.
1) Congresswoman Maloney, kindly tell us the purpose of your visit to Greece. The main reason I made the visit was to pay
As members of Congress -- as well as one candidate for the presidency -- repeatedly speak about rolling back women's reproductive rights, it's time to take a hard look at the actual status of women in the United States.
The pace of change remains glacial. Women continue to earn less than men in all ten fields monitored by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, as of July 2015, including management, professional, service and farming sectors.
It's certainly not news that American women continue to earn less than men for the same work, typically 79 cents on the dollar. But what's less understood is the devastating impact those lost wages have over time.
The measure will effectively make health care permanent for people who came forward to help in the aftermath of the terror attacks.
One proposed bill would fill that gap, two others cover less than half.
Republican leaders pulled a commemorative coin bill from the House Floor on Tuesday because it would funnel money to the breast cancer charity Susan G. Komen, which gives grants to Planned Parenthood.
What is oddest about opposition to action to address climate change is the implications for another priority of the Republican party: deficit reduction. The bury-your-head-in-the-sand approach won't make extreme weather events driven by a changing climate go away, but it will ensure that our response is uncoordinated, less proactive, and far more expensive.
“I have removed my name from H.R. 296 … because it includes abortion restrictive language that I do not support," Maloney
Democrats in the House and Senate plan to introduce a bill Wednesday that would guarantee workers the right to request flexible
The White House recently ordered the heads of federal agencies to extend paid maternity and paternity leave to government
U.S. News reported in June that Di Iorio has a twin brother who once worked for Maloney as an intern. Rep. Carolyn Maloney
When it comes to the Center for Disease Control's response to Ebola, Congress is mighty dissatisfied.