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ENG: Jerrold Lewis "Jerry" Nadler (born June 13, 1947) is the U.S. Representative for New York's 10th congressional district. He is a member of the Democratic Party. The district from 2002-2013 included the west side of Manhattan from the Upper West Side down to Battery Park, including the site where the World Trade Center stood. It also included the Manhattan neighborhoods of Chelsea, Hell's Kitchen, and Greenwich Village, as well as parts of Brooklyn such as Coney Island, Bensonhurst, Borough Park, and Bay Ridge. It included many of New York City's most popular tourist attractions, including the Empire State Building, Central Park, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge and New York Stock Exchange. Early life, education, and early political career Nadler was born in Brooklyn, New York ...
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U.S. Resale Royalties Bill Introduced by Jerrold Nadler


As artists continue to duel with auction houses in court over resale royalties they say they are owed under a California statute, New York Congressman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) and Wisconsin Senator Herb Kohl (D-WI) today introduced a bill that would create resale royalty rights under federal law. The Equity for Visual Artists Act of 2011 (EVAA) would require auction houses to set aside seven percent of any sale larger than $10,000, with half of that money going to the artist that created the work and half going to nonprofit art museums. Congressman Nadler said in a statement, “It’s ...


Mayor and Con.Clash on Police at Occupy W. Street Protesters


Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg criticized a prominent New York City congressman on Thursday for asking the Justice Department to investigate reports of police misconduct at the Occupy Wall Street protests in Lower Manhattan. Responding to questions from reporters, Mr. Bloomberg ridiculed the call this week by the congressman, Jerrold Nadler, for the investigation. “If he would spend more time getting us homeland security money, maybe he’d make the streets safer,” the mayor said. “If he could get us more federal moneys,” the mayor added, “maybe we could make ...


Nadler Wants Probe Of NYPD’s ‘Occupy Wall Street’ Response


Manhattan Congressman Jerrold Nadler wants the U.S. Department of Justice to conduct a full investigation into alleged misconduct by the NYPD and actions taken against Occupy Wall Street protesters. In a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder, Rep. Nadler expressed his concern about “troubling reports” involving alleged “excessive force used by NYPD officers against OWS protestors.” Nadler specifically pointed out three incidents that he says are “worthy of investigation,” including a September 24 march in which several arrests were made, allegations of ...


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E-newsletter: Remembering 9/11
Remembering 9/11 Dear Friends, Every September 11, I take a few moments to reflect and remember the events of that Tuesday morning. Like every New Yorker, I remember precisely where I was and what I did when I heard the news that two planes had slammed into the Twin Towers. I still recall the eerie silence as I emerged from Penn Station onto 7th Avenue after rushing home from Washington. Knowing the chaos still gripping the city just 40 blocks below, the silence of midtown was surreal. It is hard to believe it has been sixteen years: it feels both so long ago and so immediate for all New Yorkers. It is my hope you will take a moment today to mourn those we lost, reflect on how our city has changed, and remember those who continue to suffer from 9/11-related illnesses.   It is for those who are sick and their families that I joined my colleagues from New York – Senator Gillibrand, Senator Schumer, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, and Congressman King – to introduce and pass the
Congressman Nadler Statement Against GOP’s “Flatly Unconstitutional” Criminal Alien Gang Member Removal Act
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Today, Congressman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), senior Member of the House Judiciary Committee, spoke out on the House floor against H.R.3697, the Criminal Alien Gang Member Removal Act, an extremely broad bill with serious consequences for many innocent, non-gang affiliated individuals. Under the bill, due process protections are effectively shredded by allowing for the designation of criminal gangs through an unfair and secretive process that provides virtually no notice or meaningful opportunity for individuals to contest such a designation. The House passed the legislation, which skipped the appropriate procedure of going through the House Judiciary Committee, by a vote of 233 to 175. A copy of Rep. Nadler’s remarks are provided below: "Mr. Speaker, it has been said about this body that if you invent a nice enough title for a bill it doesn’t matter what you write in the bill because all people know what the title is. This bill is a good example of that. Who is in
Congressman Nadler Amendment Increases HOPWA Funding to Ensure Continued Coverage for New York City
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Today, Congressman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY), who represents the West Side of Manhattan and parts of Brooklyn, offered an amendment as part of the omnibus appropriations bill (H.R.3354) that would increase funding for the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) program. Congressman Nadler’s amendment, which was expected to pass the House en-bloc later tonight, ensures New York City and other communities continue to receive necessary funding under the new HOPWA formula by increasing funding by $19 million. A copy of Rep. Nadler’s remarks submitted to the House floor can be found below: “Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Last year, Congress passed an updated formula for the Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (the HOPWA program). The change was necessary to ensure the program better reflected how the HIV/AIDS epidemic is changing in this country. However, at the current HOPWA funding levels, the new formula leaves several jurisdictions, including New Yo
E-newsletter: Censuring The President’s Post-Charlottesville Comments
Censuring The President’s Post-Charlottesville Comments After the scenes of violence and hatred in Charlottesville last month, including the killing of Heather Heyer, I like so many of you was appalled by the comments made by the President. Many media outlets also criticized attempts to create a moral equivalency between the white supremacist, Ku Klux Klan, and neo-Nazi groups responsible for actions of domestic terrorism and those counter-protesting the "Unite the Right" rally.   I believe the President’s remarks were a moral outrage.  Refusing to completely and unambiguously denounce white supremacist groups and individuals provides encouragement for their bigoted, nationalist ideology and policies. This is not the position of the United States government, and I believe it is incumbent upon Congress to send a clear message that these comments are not only wrong but an affront to the moral convictions and ideals of our country. That is why I, along with Representatives Bonni



 
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