Congresswoman Nita Lowey held a press conference at Ossining Children’s Center to announce a significant increase in federal funding for child care and early learning services as part of the Omnibus Appropriations Act of 2018, which funds the federal government through September.
Congresswoman Lowey, on the heels of the past weekend’s nationwide gun safety events, met in White Plains with students and teachers from Westchester and Rockland counties about gun violence prevention and meaningful reform to strengthen and expand gun laws.
Congresswoman Nita Lowey and New York Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul were joined by high school winners of the 2018 Westchester Science & Engineering Fair and their respective science teachers, school officials, and local scientists at a roundtable discussion focused on encouraging women and girls to enter STEM fields and on supporting female students pursuing STEM degrees.
Congresswoman Lowey was joined by Lower Hudson Valley elected officials and residents to demand long-term solutions to the systemic issues plaguing the post office branches in Westchester and Rockland counties, including lost checks, missing bills, and undelivered medications.
Congresswoman Nita Lowey joined Lower Hudson Valley students and local law enforcement for a roundtable discussion on gun violence and prevention.
Congresswoman Nita Lowey presented five overdue service medals to Mario DiFelice, a resident and former Deputy Mayor of Sleepy Hollow and a Navy veteran of the Korean War, at a ceremony in her White Plains office.
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