Washington, DC – April 4, 2017….Yesterday, U.S. Representative Dan Donovan (R-NY) and U.S. Representative Bill Pascrell, Jr.
Washington, DC—April 4, 2017....Congressman Dan Donovan (NY-11), a member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, yesterday voted to pass two bills to combat North Korean aggression, which increasingly poses a threat to the security of the United States and its allies. H.R. 479, the North Korea State Sponsor of Terrorism Designation Act and H.Res.
Staten Island, NY—April 3, 2017....Congressman Dan Donovan (NY-11) today announced that his office is accepting submissions for the 2017 Congressional Art Competition. Open to high school students around the country, the competition is an opportunity for Staten Island and South Brooklyn students to showcase their artistic talents.
Washington, DC – March 22, 2017….Congressman Dan Donovan (NY-11) today voted in support of the Small Business Health Fairness Act, which passed the House of Representatives by a 236-175 margin. The bill allows small businesses to join together through association health plans, granting them greater ability to negotiate for lower health care costs for their employees.
Comprehensive legislation focuses on saving lives by dismantling fentanyl drug networks
Donovan: “Recognizing that the status quo is failing isn’t, on its own, a compelling reason to vote ‘yes’ on the current replacement plan”
Congressman Dan Donovan (NY-11) released the following statement in response to President Trump’s budget document:
Staten Island, NY—March 15, 2017…. Continuing his commitment to supporting policies that provide quality and affordable healthcare, Congressman Dan Donovan (NY-11) gathered local healthcare stakeholders, including representatives from hospitals, community health centers, and private practices, for a roundtable discussion at his Staten Island District Office.
We didn’t think we agreed on undocumented immigration. We were wrong.
By Dan Donovan and Cesar Vargas
WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY-12) and Congressman Daniel M. Donovan, Jr.