Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney

Hudson Valley News
8:09 am
Tue July 16, 2013

VA To Fund $2 Million To Aid Homeless Veterans

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ELMSFORD – The Department of Veterans Affairs will spend $2.4 million to prevent at-risk Hudson Valley veterans from becoming homeless.  A $1.89 allocation will go to the Westchester Community Opportunity Program to serve 450 families and a $500,000 investment will be used by Hudson River Housing to serve 250 families through the Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program.

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Hudson Valley News
12:02 pm
Wed July 10, 2013

Congressman Wants An Investigation Into Legionnaires' Related Death

A New York Congressman is calling for an investigation into how a patient died from Legionnaires’ disease, a disease contracted at a veteran’s health care facility in the Hudson Valley.

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Hudson Valley News
8:15 pm
Mon July 8, 2013

Congressional Reps Decry Defense Furloughs

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U.S. Department of Defense furloughs of civilian employees took effect Monday and are scheduled to run through the end of September. In New York, a few thousand of these employees are affected at West Point and elsewhere in the Hudson Valley. Two of the region’s congressional representatives slammed the furloughs as they headed back to Washington to try and balance the budget.

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Hudson Valley News
5:21 am
Thu July 4, 2013

The Congressmen Will Cover Lots Of Ground July 4th

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Two New York Congressmen in the Hudson Valley have a packed schedule for July 4th.

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Hudson Valley News
7:00 pm
Wed July 3, 2013

NY Congressman Rails Against Student Loan Rate Hike

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New York Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney appeared at a community college in Orange County today, calling for a three-pronged approach to the student loan crisis.  Interest rates on a type of federal student loan doubled July 1, and Maloney wants to reverse that —   for starters.

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Hudson Valley News
4:02 pm
Fri June 21, 2013

Two NY Congressmen Continue Pushing For A Farm Bill

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The five-year Farm Bill was defeated Thursday in the U.S. House of Representatives by a vote of 234-195. Two Congressmen from the Hudson Valley share a similar goal with the federal Farm Bill, yet voted differently.

Republican Congressman Chris Gibson and Democratic Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney sit on the House Agriculture Committee, and while both voted to advance the bill from there in May, they cast different votes Thursday. Gibson voted in favor of the Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management, or FARRM, Act of 2013, and says he was disappointed with the outcome.

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Hudson Valley News
1:01 pm
Tue June 18, 2013

Two Hudson Valley Congressmen Explain Their Farm Bill Approach

The Farm Bill, which contains the nation’s food stamp program, is slated to be voted upon this week in the House of Representatives. Two Congressmen from the Hudson Valley say their approach to the bill is for the greater good of agriculture in their region. However, their views do not sit well with many in their parties.

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Hudson Valley News
7:09 pm
Mon June 17, 2013

Two Congressmen Reach Across The Aisle In The Hudson Valley

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Two New York Congressmen from the Hudson Valley engaged in a discussion of regional issues, just the two of them, earlier today in Poughkeepsie. It was the first such joint event for them outside Washington, D.C. 

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Hudson Valley News
6:19 pm
Sun June 16, 2013

Two Congressmen Will Reach Across The Aisle During A Poughkeepsie Event

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Two New York Congressmen from the Hudson Valley will share breakfast and talk about a number of regional issues Monday morning. The idea is that they’ll do so casting party affiliation aside.

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Hudson Valley News
12:52 pm
Fri June 14, 2013

Residents Form Soup Line At Congressman's Office, Protest A Vote

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Some two dozen low-income Hudson Valley residents showed up outside the office of their Congressman Thursday to express disappointment and anger over his recent vote concerning a national food stamp program.

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