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On Dec. 7, Congressman Dan Donovan (NY-11) issued a statement in response to President Obama’s Oval Office speech Sunday evening. In his address, the President confronted the issue of ISIS and radical Islamic terrorism.
From Dyker Heights to Park Slope, owners of small businesses all over Brooklyn are saying that they’re shelling out so much money for health insurance these days, it’s making them sick.
And they’re blaming the Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare.
On Tuesday, with Congress poised to approve the most comprehensive transportation bill in years, Mayor Bill de Blasio’s senior legislative adviser in Washington, D.C., sent out an internal memo declaring the pending legislation a victory for New York City.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- The city is set to receive more ferry money through a federal transit bill that would restructure how funding is allotted to the nation's public ferry systems.
In a letter that paid tribute to the sacrifice of a woman who spent weeks after the Sept. 11 attack rescuing pets from lower Manhattan apartments and who died of cancer earlier this month, U.S. Rep. Dan Donovan has written to each of his 434 House colleagues to urge them to approve a permanent extension of the World Trade Center Health Program.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Rep.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- In light of last week's terrorist attacks in France, Rep. Daniel Donovan is joining his party in Congress in trying to press pause on President Obama's plan to let 10,000 Syrian refugees into the United States while security protocols are vetted.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Students, parents, faculty and community members gathered outside PS 5, in Huguenot, Monday morning to celebrate the school's status as a national Blue Ribbon school of excellence.
Seeking to put a public face on the statistics behind Sept. 11-related illnesses suffered by first responders, elected officials and police union leaders asked the families of victims to tell their poignant stories at a press conference in Bay Ridge on Thursday to call on Congress to pass an extension of a law that provides health care for the heroes.