Today, Representative Adriano Espaillat released the following statement following the Trump Administration’s decision to no longer providing COVID-19-related emergency funding for New York City’s prevention efforts:
In the midst of Coronavirus and societal unrest happening right now, the 2020 Census is understandably the last thing on the minds of most people.
A threat by President Donald Trump to defund New York City over what he called “anarchy, violence, and destruction” prompted equally harsh pushback.
President Trump repeatedly makes false claims about the security of mail-in voting and the U.S. Postal Service warns of delays that could compromise election results in November.
As you may know, riots and protests have broken out in and near Kenosha, Wisconsin following the shooting of an American black man, named Jacob Blake.
The City of New York today joined a coalition of states and cities from across the country in filing a lawsuit to stop the Trump Administration’s attempts to dismantle the Continue Reading →