Being Sworn-In for the 114th Congress!I am honored and excited to begin my second term in Congress. I thank my constituents for again giving me the privilege of being their voice in Washington. I will continue to work tirelessly on their behalf.
Check out this article from the "Queens Courier" about SBA Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet's visit to Queens, where she and I toured local small businesses. Thanks to Bayside Milk Farm, members of the Bayside BID, Bayside Business Association, Assemblyman Braunstein and all the area merchants we spoke with.
I testified before the Energy and Commerce subcommittee on July 24 about my legislation to crack down on con-artists and unscrupulous telemarketers. Thanks to the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology for having me testify. The Anti Spoofing Act would combat “spoofing,” the displaying of bogus names and numbers on caller IDs that trick you and millions of Americans into answering your phone or replying to text messages.
Rep. Meng's Message in Honor of LGBT Pride MonthHappy Pride Month! Click to hear more about why Pride Month matters.
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U.S. Rep. Grace Meng (D-Queens) today sent a letter to New York City Schools Chancellor Fariña urging her to create gifted and talented (G&T) programs for Queens middle schools in Districts 25 and 28, which respectively encompass northern Queens (Flushing/Whitestone/College Point) and central/southern Queens (Forest Hills/Kew Gardens/Rego Park/Briarwood/Jamaica).
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Congressmember Grace Meng (DQueens) announced on December 1 that she has saved a college in Queens from shutting down.
Two weeks after the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Capital Program Review Board rejected the agency’s five-year budget proposal, three