(Washington DC) This week the House approved nearly $20 billion in funding for the FY 2020 budget to support early childhood education programs, a $4 billion increase over the previous year budget, and the largest single year increase ever provided for these programs.
(Washington DC) This week the House passed an amendment cosponsored by Congressman Malinowski to increase funding for flood risk management, flood damage data collection, and for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ (USACE) Corps Water Management System, the information system used by USACE to support its water control management mission.
(Washington DC) The House has approved nearly $90 million in appropriations to improve the health and well being of children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder and advance best practices for early identification and treatment.
Today, Congressman Malinowski’s amendment to increase funding for the Department of Justice’s Domestic Terrorism Counsel was approved without opposition. Below is a transcript of his remarks on the House Floor in support of the amendment, and you can find a video of the remarks here.
(Washington DC) This week the House passed a bipartisan amendment that would prevent further implementation of the Administration’s trans military ban by eliminating funding for it.
(Washington DC) The House of Representatives has approved a $13 billion funding package for the Social Security Administration; a $300 million increase over FY2019. The additional funding will be used to hire additional staff at field offices, teleservice and processing centers and improve public services.
Today, the House passed a sweeping appropriations package to fund the Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education agencies, including $50 million for gun violence research. Federal research on firearm injury and mortality prevention has not been funded since 1996, making this a landmark occasion.
(Westfield, NJ) "Yesterday a lone gunman from Delaware sat in an elementary school parking lot in Westfield NJ, with a .45 caliber handgun, hollow point bullets, and 130 rounds of ammunition while children played outside.
(Washington, DC) Today the House passed a bipartisan amendment co-sponsored by Representatives Malinowski, Delgado, Stefanik, and Welch to support the prevention and treatment of Lyme Disease. Incidents of Lyme Disease in New Jersey are at a two decade high with Morris and Hunterdon Counties ranked first and second respectively.
(Washington DC) Today, Congressman Tom Malinowski introduced the Anti-Collusion Act, which will help insulate future elections in the United States from foreign interference. The Mueller Report clearly showed that Russia made multiple, systemic efforts to influence the 2016 election.