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The U.S. Representative for New York's 7th congressional district, serving since 1999.
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ENG: Joseph Crowley (born March 16, 1962) is the U.S. Representative for New York's 7th congressional district, serving since 1999. He is the Chairman of the New Democrat Coalition and the Queens County Democratic Party. He is a member of the Democratic Party. The district encompasses portions of Queens and the Bronx. It includes neighborhoods such as Woodside, Jackson Heights, East Elmhurst and College Point in Queens as well as the neighborhoods of Castle Hill, Co-op City, Parkchester, Throggs Neck, Morris Park, Pelham Parkway, Pelham Bay, Country Club, and City Island in the eastern Bronx. Early life, education and career Crowley was born in New York City, the son of an Irish-American father and an immigrant Catholic mother from County Armagh, Northern Ireland. A paternal uncle ...
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Joe Crowley’s brother sued by GOP official


Attorney John E. “Sean” Crowley is suing a California woman on disability, claiming he was never properly compensated for legal work he had done for her. She and her lawyer, who are fighting the fee, claim his congressman brother’s appointments create a conflict of interest. Sean Crowley is the brother of U.S. Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-Jackson Heights), chairman of the Queens Democratic Party. A Forest Hills resident who works for Manhattan firm Davidoff, Malito & Hutcher LLP, Sean Crowley filed a lawsuit in Queens Surrogate Court against Rose McGushin, 49, seeking $10,000 ...


Rep. Crowley’s Correct Priorities


When Bronx State Sen. Ruben Diaz Sr., the vocal loser in the historic Marriage Equality battle, criticizes you, you know you must be doing something right. That is the case with the recent non-story in the New York Post about Queens Congressman Joe Crowley’s decision to have his wife and three young children live with him in Washington, D.C, rather than his home district. “Having them where I am during the workweek allows me to be there to tuck them in at night and help with homework,” Crowley told the Post, which seems to be trying to turn a virtue into a vice here. An ...


After Choosing a Candidate Who Lost, ...


... a Democrat Stands in an Unfavorable Light New York Democrats woke up on Wednesday morning to an unwelcome new reality — the voters of Queens and Brooklyn had elected a Republican to represent the Ninth Congressional District — and an uncomfortable new question: What went wrong? There was the unhappiness with President Obama, of course, and the state of the economy. There was the Israel issue, the endorsement by former Mayor Edward I. Koch and the weakness of the Democratic candidate, David I. Weprin. But then, too, there was Representative Joseph Crowley. After all, ...


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Chairman Crowley on the 54th Anniversary of the Equal Pay Act
(Washington, DC) – House Democratic Caucus Chairman Joe Crowley (D-NY) issued the following statement ahead of the 54th Anniversary of the Equal Pay Act. Crowley is a co-sponsor of the Paycheck Fairness Act, which strengthens the Equal Pay Act to ensure women earn a fair day’s pay for a fair day’s work: “Equal pay is not just a women’s issue, it’s an economic concern that impacts every aspect of our society. Women today still make only 80 cents for every dollar earned by men, with African-American women and Latinas earning even less. “This is why more progress must be made to fulfill the promise of the Equal Pay Act and close the gender wage gap. Here in Congress, I am committed to working to ensure that women and hard-working families, from those in Queens and the Bronx, to across the country, receive the equality they deserve.”
Crowley Pens Op-Ed to Address President Trump's First 100 Days of Division
Publication:  Daily News Congressman Crowley wrote about his perspective on the first 100 days of President Trump and how he was disappointed that the divisive rhetoric emitted from the White House has ruined any chance of cooperation so far. read more
Crowley Announces Kalief Browder Re-Entry Success Act
Publication:  New York Daily News   Congressman Crowley, Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus, announced his bill on the steps of New York City Hall named Kalief Browder Re-Entry Success Act.  The bill aims to provide the appropriate mental health services to inmates leaving jail and attempting to successfully reenter society. read more
Chairman Crowley on Christopher Wray’s Nomination for FBI Director
(Washington, DC) – House Democratic Caucus Chairman Joe Crowley (D-NY) issued the following statement after President Trump nominated former Assistant Attorney General Christopher Wray as the next FBI director: "The FBI director has a responsibility to the American people to support a thorough and serious investigation into Russia’s interference in the United States election, including what role the Trump campaign may have played and any efforts by the campaign or the administration to conceal the facts or obstruct justice. “Christopher Wray must - in detail - explain how he'll ensure the bureau will continue its work unobstructed by political concerns or pressure from the White House. “Given the enormous weight of the task ahead of him, Wray should be subject to intense scrutiny and review. These investigations are too important for the future of American democracy to be given anything less."



 
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