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Debbie Smith urges reauthorization of rape kit law

Debbie Smith urges reauthorization of rape kit law

WASHINGTON, April 7 (UPI) -- A bipartisan group of legislators gathered Monday to urge the reauthorization of a law that moves to push eliminate the backlog of processing rape kits.
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Israeli, U.S., European lawmakers tour Auschwitz to mark liberation

KRAKOW, Poland, Jan. 27 (UPI) -- Lawmakers from Israel, the United States and Europe toured the former Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz Monday to mark 69 years since the camp's liberation.

Sen. Jeff Flake heads The Hill's beautiful people list

WASHINGTON, July 31 (UPI) -- Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., tops the 10th edition of The Hill's list of the 50 most beautiful people in Washington, released Wednesday.

IRS scandal could change rules for non-profits

WASHINGTON, June 17 (UPI) -- The scandal involving non-profit organizations and the Internal Revenue Service could bring clarity to rules governing non-profits, members of Congress say.
Two reps challenge their senators

Two reps challenge their senators

WASHINGTON, July 1 (UPI) -- Two U.S. House Democrats threw down the gauntlet to unseat their counterparts in the U.S. Senate.

Recession hurting single moms

WASHINGTON, May 29 (UPI) -- The current recession has left nearly 1 million single mothers in the United States unable to find employment, a new congressional study indicates.

Top Census official retiring

WASHINGTON, April 24 (UPI) -- Preston Jay Waite, a veteran U.S. Census Bureau employee in charge of the upcoming 2010 count, has announced his retirement.

People rally for 9/11 healthcare funding

WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 (UPI) -- Dozens of people who became ill after responding to 9/11 attacks rallied in Washington to urge U.S. President George Bush to restore their healthcare funding.

Bush's budget may cut 9/11 health funds

NEW YORK, Feb. 6 (UPI) -- U.S. President George Bush's new budget would cut health funding for people affected by the 9/11 terrorist attacks by more than 75 percent, a report said.

Call made for more Sept. 11 health funds

NEW YORK, Jan. 28 (UPI) -- New York congressional House members called on President George Bush to increase funding for first responders to the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.

Credit card companies face scrutiny

WASHINGTON, Dec. 2 (UPI) -- U.S. credit card issuers are under pressure to change some profitable practices, like raising interest rates based on card-holders' other debts.

Ailing 9/11 workers sue for insurance

NEW YORK, July 18 (UPI) -- The New York City insurance fund for workers made sick by working at the rubble of the World Trade Center is being sued for non-payment.

U.S. Census loses top two officials

WASHINGTON, Nov. 15 (UPI) -- The U.S. Census Bureau has lost its two most senior officials to resignations, raising fears a massive procedural overhaul due for 2010 is in jeopardy.

Social Security data used in 9/11 probe

WASHINGTON, June 22 (UPI) -- Federal officials checked thousands of normally private Social Security files in investigations of suspected terrorists, the New York Times reported.

Martha Burk targets Masters sponsors

WASHINGTON, April 7 (UPI) -- Women's advocate Martha Burk on Thursday said she has requested proof from the three sponsors of this year's Masters Golf Tournament, held at the exclusively male Augusta National Golf Club, that the companies do not discriminate against female employees.
DAR HADDIX, UPI Deputy Business Editor
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Carolyn B. Maloney (born February 19, 1946) is a New York Democrat who has served in the United States House of Representatives as the Congresswoman for New York's 14th congressional district since 1993. This district, popularly known as the "silk stocking district", includes most of Manhattan's East Side; Astoria and Long Island City in Queens; and Roosevelt Island.

Maloney was born as Carolyn Bosher in Greensboro, North Carolina and graduated from Greensboro College. In 1970, she visited New York City and decided to stay.

Maloney was elected to the New York City Council in 1982, defeating incumbent Robert Rodriguez in a heavily Spanish-speaking district based in the El Barrio neighborhood of East Harlem. She served as a Councilmember for 10 years. On the Council, she served as the first Chair of the Committee on Contracts, investigating contracts issued by New York City in sludge and other areas. She authored legislation creating the City's Vendex program, which established computerized systems tracking information on City contracts and vendors doing business with the City. Maloney also introduced the first measure in New York to recognize domestic partnerships, including those of same-sex couples. She was the first person to give birth while serving as a City Councilmember.

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