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ENG: Gregory Weldon Meeks (born September 25, 1953) is the U.S. Representative for New York's 5th congressional district. He is a member of the Democratic Party. The district formerly included in the last congress most of southeastern Queens, including Jamaica, Laurelton, Rosedale, Saint Albans, Springfield Gardens, Far Rockaway, and the John F. Kennedy International Airport. His district is made up mainly of middle and upper middle-class African-American communities, but also included a small part of Ozone Park and part of Howard Beach known as Old Howard Beach--both of which are predominantly middle-class Italian-Americans communities. In addition, he represented much of Kew Gardens and northern Richmond Hill. Early life, education and career Born in East Harlem, New York City and ...
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Rep. Gregory Meeks Assailed by NY Post as Meeks Attacks NLPC


The New York Postpublished an editorial titled "Greg Meeks - Again" regarding the allegations in our Complaint filed with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) on October 28. Meeks apparently had not yet received a copy of the Complaint at the time he wrote a column published last week in the Queens (New York) Tribune. In the column, Meeks characterized us as "right wing" and (again) blamed us for his ethics problems. I can't wait to see his reaction to our new Complaint. In the Tribune, Meeks omitted mention of his friend Edul Ahmad, from whom he secured an unsecured and unreported $40,000 ...


Ethics Committee continues to look into Meeks $40K loan


The House Ethics Committee will continue to review allegations against New YorkRep. Gregory Meeksover a 2007 loan he took from a Queens businessman but failed to report for three years. The loan to Meeks came from from Edul Ahmad, a Queens real estate broker who has been investigated for fraud and other allegations. Meeks failed to report the loan until2010, when the New York Democrat declared that he had repaid it by taking out another loan.The Office of Congressional Ethics, following up on press reports, looked into the matter and recommended that the Ethics Committee investigate the Meeks ...


Rep. Gregory Meeks Investigated Over $40,000 'Gift'


New York members of the House are keeping the ethics committee awfully busy these days, with yet another member of the delegation being referred for investigation, this time Rep. Gregory Meeks. The Office of Congressional Ethics revealed Friday that it has asked the full ethics committee to look into its finding that Meeks (D-N.Y.) had taken a gift of $40,000 from a friend and businessman named Edul Ahmad. Meeks said the payment was actually a personal loan that he took in 2007 to help finish work on his new $860,000 home. But Meeks failed to report the loan on any of his financial ...


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Rep. Meeks Statement in Opposition to the House’s 21st Century Flood Reform Act
  Rep. Meeks Statement in Opposition to the House’s 21st Century Flood Reform Act Washington, D.C.—Congressman Meeks released the following statement after the House of Representatives voted 237-189 in favor of H.R. 2874, the 21st Century Flood Reform Act: “Today, I opposed H.R. 2874, because it would make flood insurance less affordable for New Yorkers, especially residents in Queens and Nassau County. “If the House plan were to become law, 83 percent of one-to-four person families in New York would see their premiums increase by at least 6.5 percent in one year.  The House plan would kick low- and moderate-income homeowners to the curb by removing lower value homes from the National Flood Insurance Program. Furthermore, other than raising premiums on already-struggling policyholders, the bill does nothing to cover the National Flood Insurance Program’s $24.6 billion debt, which is unsustainable considering the increased frequency of severe storms. A lot of the House
SENATOR SCHUMER ENDORSES CONGRESSMAN GREGORY W. MEEKS IN THE 5TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
Excerpt: Greg Meeks is one of the most thoughtful, energetic and reliable members of the House of RepresentativesNEW YORK, N. Y. --Senator Charles Schumer announced today that he has endorsed Congressman Gregory W. Meeks in the June 26 Democratic primary for the Fifth Congressional District, a newly-drawn district that covers Southeast Queens, including the entire Rockaway Peninsula, and parts of Nassau County.  Senator Schumer, who is one of the most influential members of the United States Senate, said, "Greg Meeks is one of the most thoughtful, energetic and reliable members of the House of Representatives."As an example he cited Meeks's role as a member of the conference committee that drafted the most far-reaching reforms of the financial services industry in 80 years.  "Meeks helped fashion a number of key compromises that facilitated passage of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act,” said Schumer. Senator Schumer added that in voting for the deficit reduction legislatio
Reps. Meeks, Moore Lead 56 House Democrats in Letter to FCC about Lifeline Program
  Reps. Meeks, Moore Lead 56 House Democrats in Letter to FCC about Lifeline Program Washington, D.C.—Congressman Gregory W. Meeks and Congresswoman Gwen S. Moore led a letter (below) to Federal Communications Commission Chair Ajit Pai expressing concern with recent changes to the Lifeline Program, which provides a modest monthly subsidy of $9.25 to connect low-income Americans to phone and internet service. Representatives Meeks and Moore issued the following statement regarding the letter, which was signed by 56 other House Democrats and supported by groups such as the NAACP, Communications Workers of America, Public Knowledge, and many others (listed below): “In our modern, highly technological and interconnected world, internet and phone service are all but required to lead a functional life. Many Americans still don’t have phone and internet access, rendering it nearly impossible to complete everyday tasks, such as finishing assigned schoolwork or conducting a phone int
Rep. Meeks Statement on the Resignation of CFPB Director Richard Cordray
Rep. Meeks Statement on the Resignation of CFPB Director Richard Cordray Washington, D.C.—Congressman Meeks released the following statement after Richard Cordray announced his resignation as director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: “I am saddened by the news of Director Cordray’s departure from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.  At the helm of the CFPB, Cordray was a fierce advocate for consumer rights and protections.  Under his direction the CFPB helped reshape the real estate, bank loan, credit card, and student loan industries to ensure people in need of financial services had an institution that would go to bat for them.  “Through regulation and litigation, the CFPB returned nearly $12 billion to 29 million consumers.  On behalf of my constituents and consumers everywhere, I thank Director Cordray for his service and I will do everything I can to ensure that his legacy at the CFPB will continue. I urge President Trump to appoint a strong consu



 
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