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Since coming to Congress, I have worked hard to become an advocate and leader for women, with a special emphasis on women’s health needs, reproductive freedom, international family planning, and securing women’s equality in the Constitution.
03/29/2007 - H. CON. RES. 107, Expressing the sense of the Congress that neither the President, the Vice President, nor any Member of Congress, justice or judge of the
United States, or political appointee in the executive branch of the Government should belong to a club that discriminates on the basis of sex or race
07/22/05 - H.R.3411, Robin Danielson Act
05/05/05 - H.R.2122, Breastfeeding Promotion Act
03/15/05 - H.J.RES.37, Equal Rights Amendment
03/10/05 - H.R.1214, Best Help For Rape Victims Act
02/17/05 - H.R.949, Women's Health Office Act of 2005
04/01/04 - H.R.4154, Osteoporosis Early Detection and Prevention Act of 2004 [108th Congress]
09/10/01 - H.R.2874, Debbie Smith Act [107th Congress]
07/24/98 - H.R.4333, Annual Mammogram and Prostate Cancer Screening Coverage Act of 1998 [105th Congress]
12/13/05 - Fouth letter to Bush on Birth Control
10/24/05 - Third Letter to President Bush
07/26/05 - ALPhA Information Packet
07/12/05 - First Letter to President Bush
08/01/05 - Second Letter to President Bush
05/01/05 - ERA public Awareness poll
03/01/05 - Dingell-Maloney Glass ceiling Report
03/01/05 - Dingell-Maloney Glass ceiling Report
03/01/05 - Statistical Snapshot of American Women
03/01/05 - ERA endorsements
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03/01/05 - Some Facts You Should Know about the ERA
03/01/05 - ERA packet for 109th Congress
02/15/05 - Dear Colleague letter to ERA
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08/23/04 - CRS report on ERA: State Provisions
08/19/04 - CRS report on ERA radafication by the states
04/27/04 - Letter to Bush on Hughes Comments
01/30/04 - Letter to FDA on Plan B Over-the-Counter
10/01/03 - GAO Report on Women’s Earnings
03/18/03 - Dear Colleague letter on ERA to Republicans
03/11/03 - ERA packet for 108th Congress
06/25/02 - Dear Colleague on ERA and Wage Gap
04/26/02 - Dear Colleague letter on ERA
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In 2014, Congresswoman Maloney was proud to support several anti-human trafficking bills that passed the House of Representatives, including:
WASHINGTON – The Obama Administration has announced the final Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (Campus SaVE) Act rules, which will begin addressing the problem of sexual assault on college campuses. The Campus SaVE Act mandated changes to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act). Congresswoman Carolyn B.
Washington, DC – Today, Co-Chairs of the Victims’ Rights Caucus, Representatives Jim Costa (D-CA) and Ted Poe (R-TX), along with Representatives Carolyn Maloney (D-NY), and Vicky Hartzler (R-MO), led a bipartisan effort to urge the major U.S.
WASHINGTON—Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12) today released the following statement applauding Governor Cuomo and the State University of New York (SUNY) Board of Trustees on adopting a resolution to implement a comprehensive, system-wide and uniform set of practices to combat sexual assaults on SUNY campuses.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers urged the five major sports leagues to review their domestic violence policies in light of players' recent controversies.
Identical letters were sent to the heads of the National Football League, Major League Baseball, National Hockey League, National Basketball Association and Major League Soccer.
The letter, spearheaded by Reps. Jim Costa (D-Calif.), Ted Poe (R-Texas), Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) and Vicky Hartzler (R-Mo.), called on each athletic league to discourage domestic violence.
WASHINGTON – A bipartisan coalition of 18 House members today introduced the House version of the Campus Accountability and Safety Act. The legislation mirrors a bill introduced in the Senate yesterday, which takes aim at sexual assaults on college and university campuses by protecting and empowering students, strengthening accountability and transparency for institutions and establishing stiff penalties for non-compliance with the legislation’s new standards for training, data and best practices.
WASHINGTON – Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY) plans to introduce the House version of the Campus Accountability and Safety Act unveiled earlier today by a bipartisan coalition of eight United States Senators. Last year, Maloney led the fight to pass the Campus SaVE Act as part of the Violence Against Women Act. The Congresswoman will spend August working to secure bipartisan cosponsors for the measure.