Congresswoman Lowey is the Chairwoman of the powerful House Committee on Appropriations, as well as the Appropriations Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs.
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Congresswoman Lowey is a leader in the fight to protect America's air, land, and water, and to stop global climate change. She is consistently among the Members of Congress rated most highly by the League of Conservation Voters (LVC).
Congresswoman Lowey believes that our national security is strongest when development, diplomacy, and defense are all equally prioritized and supported.
Small businesses are the lifeblood of our communities and economy. There are over 24 million small businesses in the U.S., and over two million in New York. Small businesses represent over 99 percent of all employer firms, employ half of all private sector employees, pay 45 percent of total U.S.
Congresswoman Lowey believes that the humane treatment of animals is among the responsibilities of a decent society. As the natural habitats of many species become less viable and increasingly threatened by devastating natural disasters and human interference, the Federal government must remain vigilant in enforcing our nations’ animal protection laws.