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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Rep. Daniel Donovan voted along with the House Tuesday to designate the 9/11 Memorial a national memorial, opening up the potential for federal funding.
Congressman Dan Donovan met with leaders of Brooklyn’s Orthodox Jewish community Sunday morning for an update on his first nine months in office.
The meeting was hosted by Flatbush Jewish Community Coalition and FJCC executive board member Alan Esses, a longtime leader of the Flatbush Hatzoloh and Sephardic Bikur Cholim organizations.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Amid the World Health Organization declaring a global emergency over an outbreak of the Zika virus in Latin America, Rep. Daniel Donovan has asked the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to lay out its plan for addressing the outbreak.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Patrick Lin received a Purple Heart back in 2014 for his heroics in confronting an armed and dangerous child molestation suspect in a Greenwich Village smoke shop. On Friday, he learned that the federal government isn’t quite finished saluting him yet.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- This upcoming October marks four years since Hurricane Sandy destroyed homes, parks and playgrounds across Staten Island.
More than $1 million of federal funding from FEMA, through the Public Assistance program, will be used in an effort to repair some of the borough's parks and playgrounds.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Responding to President Obama's final State of the Union address on Tuesday night, Rep. Daniel Donovan criticized the president for high taxes, big government and downplaying the severity of terrorist threats.
On January 7, Congressman Dan Donovan voted to pass the SCRUB Act, which would curb unnecessary regulations by creating a bipartisan commission to review the Code of Federal Regulations, and suggest repeals.
U.S. Rep. Dan Donovan, who sided with his fellow Republicans in the House majority in voting to repeal major components of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on Jan. 6, said he voted the way he did because the landmark law is burdening American families with high health insurance premiums and stifling economic growth.
Daniel Donovan has only been a member of Congress for about eight months, but they’ve been a busy eight months.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Staten Island students have an opportunity to show off their tech chops in an app development competition hosted by Rep. Daniel Donovan.
Middle school and high school students can submit apps to the congressman's competition and be scored by a three-judge panel with the winner's work being displayed in the U.S. Capitol building for a year.