April 16, 2010
Rangel Hails Progress On Section 8 Funding
Congressman Charles B. Rangel on Friday praised the recent decision by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to award close to $23.5 million in funding for New York City’s Section 8 voucher program.
April 15, 2010
Rangel, Congress Extend Unemployment & Health Benefits
Congressman Charles Rangel joined a bipartisan group of lawmakers Thursday night in voting to retroactively extend temporary unemployment, health and other expiring benefits through June 2, 2010.
A page worth of graphics and pdf links below that explains the benefits of the new reform legislation will begin to transform our healthcare system starting this year.
April 13, 2010
Remembering Business Pioneer J. Bruce Llewellyn
Representative Charles B. Rangel was among nearly two hundred people who turned out Tuesday, April 13 to remember the life of business pioneer J. Bruce Llewellyn at New York’s Church of St. John the Divine. The Congressman released the following statement honoring Llewellyn, who passed away Wednesday, April 7 at the age of 82.
April 12, 2010
Congressman Rangel Encourages Small Business Owners At Local Conference
Congressman Charles Rangel encouraged small business owners not to lose faith in themselves nor the economy as they navigate through today’s rough financial seas at a local conference Saturday, April 10 organized by a coalition of groups led by the Harlem Community Development Corporation.
Congressman Charles Rangel helps kick off the 30th year of Música de Camera, an East Harlem based organization that presents Puerto Rican and Hispanic classical musicians.
April 10, 2010
Congressman Charles Rangel talks about the need for immigration reform at a recent community town hall meeting sponsored by City Council member Ydanis Rodriguez.
April 10, 2010
Rangel Helps Kick Off Start of Inwood Little League Season
Congressman Charles B. Rangel joins parents, community leaders and elected officials in kicking off the beginning of the 2010 season of the Inwood Little League in Northern Manhattan.
Congressman Charles Rangel joins community leaders, U.S. soccer officials and dozens of children in celebrating the inauguration of the neighborhood’s newest soccer field.
April 2, 2010
Rangel: Don’t Forget To Fill Out Your Census Form
Congressman Charles B. Rangel urged fellow residents of Harlem and all of Upper Manhattan to fill out their 2010 Census form as he joined community groups in the city-wide ‘Don’t Be Fooled. Be Counted’ campaign organized by the Manhattan Complete Count Committee…