Democrat Representative Nita Lowey propose new bill H.R.21 in the House

Making appropriations for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2019, and for other purposes.

Democratic Representative Nita Lowey from the state of NY, without any cosponsors, introduced bill H.R.21 on Jan 03, 2019. The bill is mainly related to these subjects Federal officials, Alaska, Elementary and secondary education, Congressional oversight, Human rights, Religion, Terrorism, Latin America, Israel, Government trust funds, Child health, Women’s health, China, Performing arts, Michigan, Judges, Appropriations, New York City, Department of State, District of Columbia, Olympic games, North Korea, California, Minnesota, New York State, Oregon, Washington State, Administrative remedies, Department of Health and Human Services, Land transfers, Medicaid, Small business, Building construction, Real estate business, Africa, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Coal, Supreme Court, Right of privacy, Intellectual property, Postal service, Birds, Department of Justice, Military history, Caribbean area, World health, Wisconsin, Department of the Treasury, Cuba, New Jersey, Medical research, Tax-exempt organizations, Department of Agriculture, Fires, Policy sciences, Fishes, Abortion, Wyoming, Executive Office of the President, Great Lakes, Department of the Interior, Export-Import Bank of the United States, Department of Transportation, Peace Corps, Smithsonian Institution, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Federal-Indian relations, Minority education, Consumer credit, Air quality, Motor vehicles, Federal Reserve System, Merit Systems Protection Board, National Credit Union Administration, Indian claims, Indiana, Small Business Administration, National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities, Wetlands, General Services Administration, Gulf of Mexico, Water quality, Livestock, Consumer Product Safety Commission, Department of Commerce, Roads and highways, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Federal Labor Relations Authority, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council, Minority health, Asia, Selective Service System, African Development Foundation, Trade and Development Agency, Intergovernmental relations, Chesapeake Bay, National Capital Planning Commission, U.S. Sentencing Commission, National Archives and Records Administration, Office of Government Ethics, Office of Special Counsel, Broadcasting Board of Governors, Mammals, Internal Revenue Service (IRS), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Administrative Conference of the U.S., Election Assistance Commission, Marine and coastal resources, fisheries, Wilderness and natural areas, wildlife refuges, wild rivers, habitats, Wildlife conservation and habitat protection, Alaska Natives and Hawaiians, Computers and information technology, Indian social and development programs, Government buildings, facilities, and property, Diplomacy, foreign officials, Americans abroad, Commemorative events and holidays, Foreign aid and international relief, Employment discrimination and employee rights, Legislative rules and procedure, Budget deficits and national debt, Elections, voting, political campaign regulation, U.S. territories and protectorates, Civil actions and liability, Federal appellate courts, Government employee pay, benefits, personnel management, Public contracts and procurement, Education programs funding, Student aid and college costs, Environmental assessment, monitoring, research, State and local taxation, Drug trafficking and controlled substances, Administrative law and regulatory procedures, Executive agency funding and structure, International organizations and cooperation, State and local government operations, Health care costs and insurance, U.S. Postal Service, Poverty and welfare assistance, Tax administration and collection, taxpayers, Nutrition and diet, Health care coverage and access, Housing finance and home ownership, Energy efficiency and conservation, Arms control and nonproliferation, Middle East, Indian lands and resources rights, Internet and video services, Aviation and airports, Drug, alcohol, tobacco use, Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Licensing and registrations, Telecommunication rates and fees, Art, artists, authorship, Business investment and capital, Corporate finance and management, Government corporations and government-sponsored enterprises, Museums, exhibitions, cultural centers, Solid waste and recycling, Water use and supply, Currency, Banking and financial institutions regulation, News media and reporting, Refugees, asylum, displaced persons, Oil and gas, Trade restrictions, Multilateral development programs, Mining, Animal protection and human-animal relationships, Disaster relief and insurance, Floods and storm protection, Cultural exchanges and relations, Judicial procedure and administration, Hazardous wastes and toxic substances, Product safety and quality, Endangered and threatened species, Land use and conservation, Manufacturing, Advisory bodies, Buy American requirements, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Federal Trade Commission (FTC), State and local finance, International exchange and broadcasting, Financial crises and stabilization, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), Parks, recreation areas, trails, Transportation costs, Marketing and advertising, Financial services and investments, Criminal investigation, prosecution, interrogation, Accounting and auditing, Arab-Israeli relations, User charges and fees, Historic sites and heritage areas, Specialized courts, Family planning and birth control, Public utilities and utility rates, Judicial review and appeals, Emergency planning and evacuation, Political movements and philosophies, Federal district courts, Broadcasting, cable, digital technologies, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Bank accounts, deposits, capital, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), Energy revenues and royalties, Labor standards, Animal and plant health, Office of Personnel Management (OPM), Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), Postal Regulatory Commission, Human trafficking, Humanities programs funding, Foreign and international corporations, Seashores and lakeshores, Federal Election Commission (FEC), Fraud offenses and financial crimes, Military education and training, Military assistance, sales, and agreements, Computer security and identity theft, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Employee hiring, Climate change and greenhouse gases, Forests, forestry, trees, Government studies and investigations, Congressional districts and representation, Pest management, Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, Presidents and presidential powers, Vice Presidents and Economics and Public Finance.
There are currently no amendments.

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Nita Lowey Short bio

Nita Lowey was born on a 1937 in New York City.
Nita Lowey has held a number of positions, including United States representative, secretary of state deputy and United States representative.

Nita Lowey Work in Congress

  • Served as Representative for NY (district 17) from Jan 2019 to Jan 2021 in the House 116th congress. She voted along party lines 93.1 percent of the time. During this period Nita Lowey missed 0% of the votes, sponsored 4 bills , cosponsored 6 bills.
  • Served as Representative for NY (district 17) from Jan 2017 to Jan 2019 in the House 115th congress. She voted along party lines 95.49 percent of the time. She served on the Committee on Appropriations. During this period Nita Lowey missed 1.16% of the votes, sponsored 19 bills , cosponsored 276 bills.
  • Served as Representative for NY (district 17) from Jan 2015 to Jan 2017 in the House 114th congress. She voted along party lines 96.4 percent of the time. She served on the Committee on Appropriations. During this period Nita Lowey missed 0.98% of the votes, sponsored 23 bills , cosponsored 210 bills.
  • Served as Representative for NY (district 17) from Jan 2013 to Jan 2015 in the House 113th congress. She voted along party lines 95.18 percent of the time. She served on the Committee on Appropriations. During this period Nita Lowey missed 0.76% of the votes, sponsored 12 bills , cosponsored 244 bills.
  • Served as Representative for NY (district 18) from Jan 2011 to Jan 2013 in the House 112th congress. She voted along party lines 94.41 percent of the time. She served on the Committee on Appropriations. During this period Nita Lowey missed 3.18% of the votes, sponsored 22 bills , cosponsored 265 bills.
  • Served as Representative for NY (district 18) from Jan 2009 to Jan 2011 in the House 111th congress. She voted along party lines 98.4 percent of the time. She served on the Committee on Appropriations. During this period Nita Lowey missed 1.94% of the votes, sponsored 47 bills , cosponsored 355 bills.
  • Served as Representative for NY (district 18) from Jan 2007 to Jan 2009 in the House 110th congress. She voted along party lines 98.33 percent of the time. She served on the Committee on Homeland Security and the Committee on Appropriations. During this period Nita Lowey missed 4.21% of the votes, sponsored 57 bills , cosponsored 435 bills.
  • Served as Representative for NY (district 18) from Jan 2005 to Jan 2007 in the House 109th congress. She voted along party lines 95.45 percent of the time. During this period Nita Lowey missed 0.49% of the votes, sponsored 55 bills , cosponsored 347 bills.
  • Served as Representative for NY (district 18) from Jan 2003 to Jan 2005 in the House 108th congress. She voted along party lines 95.02 percent of the time. During this period Nita Lowey missed 4.67% of the votes, sponsored 42 bills , cosponsored 367 bills.
  • Served as Representative for NY (district 18) from Jan 2001 to Jan 2003 in the House 107th congress. She voted along party lines 94.71 percent of the time. During this period Nita Lowey missed 3.21% of the votes, sponsored 26 bills , cosponsored 351 bills.
  • Served as Representative for NY (district 18) from Jan 1999 to Jan 2001 in the House 106th congress. She voted along party lines 91.88 percent of the time. During this period Nita Lowey missed 5.68% of the votes, sponsored 44 bills , cosponsored 413 bills.
  • Served as Representative for NY (district 18) from Jan 1997 to Jan 1999 in the House 105th congress. She voted along party lines 87.87 percent of the time. During this period Nita Lowey missed 3.45% of the votes, sponsored 44 bills , cosponsored 366 bills.
  • Served as Representative for NY (district 18) from Jan 1995 to Jan 1997 in the House 104th congress. She voted along party lines 89.7 percent of the time. During this period Nita Lowey missed 1.49% of the votes, sponsored 35 bills , cosponsored 337 bills.
  • Served as Representative for NY (district 18) from Jan 1993 to Jan 1995 in the House 103rd congress. She voted along party lines 90.5 percent of the time. During this period Nita Lowey missed 2.41% of the votes, sponsored 15 bills , cosponsored 300 bills.
  • Served as Representative for NY (district 20) from Jan 1991 to Jan 1993 in the House 102nd congress. She voted along party lines 89.38 percent of the time. During this period Nita Lowey missed 2.04% of the votes .
  • Served as Representative for NY (district 20) from Jan 1989 to Jan 1991 in the House 101st congress. During this period Nita Lowey missed 0% of the votes .
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Rep. Nita Lowey (D)