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.
U.S. Rep. Grace Meng (D-Queens) announced on June 18th that the Small Business Administration (SBA) will improve certain services in the wake of the recent Congressional field hearing in Queens, which probed the agency’s poor outreach to local small businesses.
House Passes Meng Bill to Make the Desecration of Cemeteries a Violation of Religious FreedomLegislation sponsored by U.S. Rep. Grace Meng to make the desecration of cemeteries – including Jewish cemeteries around the world – a violation of religious freedom, was passed May 28 by the House of Representatives. The measure now heads for a vote in the United States Senate.
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Two weeks after the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Capital Program Review Board rejected the agency’s five-year budget proposal, three Queens elected officials are pressing for one of the program’s smaller items to make it into the final draft of the financial plan.
U.S. Rep. Grace Meng (D-Queens) announced today that she will hold her first “U.S. Service Academy Information Forum” for high school students interested in attending the nation’s prestigious service academies. The freshman Congresswoman had scheduled her first academy forum in October of last year, but the event had to be cancelled due to the 2013 shutdown of the federal government.
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Two weeks after the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Capital Program Review Board rejected the agency’s five-year budget proposal, three
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