View Congress Member / SenatorName: Sean Patrick Maloney
Position: House (NY, 18)
Staffer: Molly Carey
Address: 2331 Rayburn House Office Building
Number of Contacts: 6 ( or 0% in support)
Cosponsor in 116th: Yes
Message and Talking Points
Stephanie Woodward writes on 1/31/2019 at 10:06AM:
email received 1/30/19
Thanks for reaching out. Rep. Maloney requested to cosponsor the bill today. We look forward to moving the legislation.
Stephanie Woodward writes on 1/23/2019 at 10:33AM:
email sent 1/23
I am reaching out to ask if Representative Maloney will cosponsor the Disability Integration Act again. The DIA was reintroduced last week as HR. 555 (and in the Senate it was introduced by Minority Leader Schumer as S. 117). The bill is both bicameral and bipartisan, and already has 52 cosponsors in the House. Last session Rep. Maloney cosponsored the bill, then known as HR 2472. The bill is substantially the same with minor technical edits which were suggested by AARP.
Will Representative Maloney cosponsor DIA?
Stephanie Woodward, J.D.
Co-chair of the Disability Integration Act Workgroup
Ericka Jones writes on 1/10/2019 at 2:21PM:
E. Jones stopped into the office on January 8th but there was not a staffer available to speak. She left the one pager and a business card.
Tim Bowman writes on 8/30/2018 at 1:12PM:
On August 30th, 2018, C4CI sent an email to Molly Carey (Molly.Carey@mail.house.gov) asking whether Representative Maloney would be an initial co-sponsor of DIA if elected to the next Congress.
Bruce Darling writes on 5/17/2017 at 4:45PM:
On May 17th, ADAPT members - as part of the Spring Action Hill Day - provided the office with information about the Disability Integration Act and asked that the Member of Congress cosponsor this legislation.
Stephanie Woodward writes on 4/13/2016 at 11:02AM:
On April 13, 2016 ADAPT members - as part of the Spring Action Hill Day - provided the office with information about the Disability Integration Act which has already been introduced in the US Senate and asked that the Member of Congress become initial cosponsor this legislation in the House.