Continuing his focus on anti-terror policies to defend New York City and the country from attack, Congressman Donovan today introduced legislation to seize terrorist assets and direct them to a critical homeland security grant program.
Congressman Dan Donovan (NY-11) and the U.S. House of Representatives passed a package of 18 bills taking aim at the opioid epidemic that has claimed lives from every reach of Staten Island and South Brooklyn.
“Two months ago, I pledged to fight for legislation to address the opioid epidemic with the same vigor as my successful fight to permanently extend health programs for 9/11 first responders...
Here at home, we’re much too familiar with the pain and suffering that dozens of Belgian families feel right now. To those who are injured, Serena and I pray for a speedy recovery; to those who were lost, we pray for their loved ones.
House of Representatives overwhelmingly passes resolution; Donovan calls on Secretary Kerry to label ISIS massacres “genocide”
Statement from Congressman Dan Donovan on the First Case of Zika-Caused Microcephaly in New York City
July 22, 2016
Failure to pass Zika funding measure through Senate or reallocate existing Ebola funds potentially delaying vaccine
Staten Island, NY—July 19, 2016….Congressman Dan Donovan (NY-11), chairman of the House Subcommittee on Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Communications, today blasted partisan games for jeopardizing development of a vaccine for the Zika Virus.
“The document made public today only confirms what we’ve suspected all along: baked into the Iran deal is a fast-track to a nuclear weapon if the Iranian regime patiently waits us out.