Some deceased veterans from Pelham Bay will get the recognition they deserve.
Congressman Joseph Crowley and Councilman Jimmy Vacca joined with members of the Lawrence F. Keane American Legion Post #1458 on Sunday, October 24 at the war memorial in Keane Square Park to announce the addition of 18 new names into the monument which celebrates the sacrifices of deceased veterans.Read More From: Bronx Times
After five years and funding from Queens elected officials, the state Department of Transportation broke ground last Thursday on a project aimed at making some Woodside streets a little quieter.Read More From: Times Ledger
Just when you thought you’d heard everything about World War II, comes this: On Sunday, a Jackson Heights man will receive the thanks of a grateful nation for what he did and the lives he helped save during the war.Read More From: CBS News
A bill to provide medical benefits and compensation for emergency workers who were first on the scene of the September 11, 2001, terror attacks won approval Wednesday from the U.S. House.Read More From: CNN
On Tuesday, September 7, Congressmember Joseph Crowley (D-Queens-The Bronx) hosted a public forum on Social Security at the CCNSCatherine M. Sheridan Senior Center to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the enactment of Social Security. Crowley highlighted the program’s successes, discussed efforts to protect the program and addressed questions from the center’s seniors.Read More From: The Queens Gazette
(Queens, NY) On Wednesday, September 1, Congressman Joseph Crowley (D-Queens/Bronx) and Assemblyman Jeff Aubry (D-35) hosted a back to school drive at the Elmcor Youth and Adult Activities center in Corona. Crowley and Aubry helped kick off the new school year by donating new backpacks and school supplies to students of all ages.
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The massive measure will also provide Medicaid assistance to the states and reduce state budget shortfalls to continue healthcare coverage to vulnerable New Yorkers.
Congressman Joseph Crowley said that the “fiscally responsible” bill will be paid for by closing tax loopholes that reward corporations shipping jobs overseas. It also will reduce the federal deficit by an estimated $1.4 billion over 10 years, Crowley added.Read More From: The Queens Gazette
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By The New York Times Editorial Board
Advocates have been fighting to end female genital mutilation across Africa and parts of the Middle East and Asia, marking progress one village at a time. The battleground extends to immigrant communities in the developed world, which still value this horrifying ritual.
Female genital mutilation has been banned in the United States since 1996. Representatives Joseph Crowley of New York and Mary Bono Mack of California are now sponsoring legislation that would make it a felony to take a girl out of the country to have the procedure, punishing violators with fines and a five-year prison term.Read More From: The New York Times
Rep. Joe Crowley (D-NY) rocked the St. Regis Hotel Wednesday night, strumming his guitar to support the Washington Ireland Program’s “An Evening with Celtic Chefs.”
Crowley led a distinguished group of Irish Americans in a few rounds of traditional Irish folk tunes.Read More From: The Hill