Jose Serrano

Jose Serrano appears in the following:

Looking Ahead in Puerto Rico

Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Amid broken infrastructure and massive debt, Puerto Rico begins the road to recovery after it was devastated by Hurricane Maria.


The Congressional Inauguration Boycott Grows

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

At last count, more than 40 members of Congress—all Democrats—plan to boycott the inauguration. One of them is Rep. Jerrold Nadler of New York, who told us why he's sitting out.

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Connecting Congress: Rep. Serrano

Monday, January 25, 2016

U.S. Representative José E. Serrano (D-NY15) connects his work in Congress with his Bronx district.


Getting Along

Friday, June 12, 2009

As a speechwriter and top advisor to Mayor Bloomberg, Francis S. Barry has had a front-row seat to the changing nature of New York City politics, and his new book explores how why we’ve become so partisan. And, Albany continues to be equally dysfunctional – State Senators Carl Marcellino and ...

Bailout Fallout

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

The NY and NJ delegation had a big effect on the defeat of the bailout plan. Republican Scott Garrett (R-NJ 5th) and Democrat Jose Serrano (D-NY 16th) voted against the proposal, while Democrat Gregory Meeks (D-NY 6th) and Republican Vito Fossella (R-NY 13th) voted for it.

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Follow-Up Friday: Where the Grocery Stores Aren't

Friday, May 09, 2008

Linda Gibbs, New York City's deputy mayor of health and human services, and José Serrano, New York State Senator (D, 28th district), talk about why so many supermarkets seem to be closing. Then, John Catsimatidis, the CEO of the Red Apple Group and Gristedes Foods, weighs in.

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License to Debate

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

The New York State Senate is trying to block Governor Spitzer's plan to issue drivers licenses to illegal immigrants. State Senators Jose Serrano (D-Bronx) and Frank Padavan (R-Queens) debate the issue.

Jose Serrano (D-Bronx):

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Going Hungry in the Big Apple

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

More New Yorkers are using food banks, but the federal government’s emergency food donations have been cut in half, according to a study from the Food Bank for New York City. Food Bank’s Áine Duggan talks about the politics of food aid to the poor and how to survive the ...