Eleanor Norton


Eleanor Norton

District of Columbia - At-Large - D


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Eleanor Holmes Norton is a Delegate from the District of Columbia. Born in Washington, D.C., in 1937, she earned her B.A. from Antioch College of Antioch University in 1960, her M.A. from Yale University in 1963, and her LL.B. from Yale University Law School in 1964.

She was a private practice lawyer and worked as a law clerk to Federal District Court Judge A. Leon Higginbotham, 3rd Circuit, from 1964-1965. She was also assistant legal director for the American Civil Liberties Union from 1965-1970.

She worked as an adjunct assistant professor at New York University Law School from 1970-1971 and served on staff for New York City Mayor John Lindsay from 1971-1974. She chaired the New York City commission on human rights from 1970-1977 and the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission from 1977-1981. She was a senior fellow at the Urban Institute from 1981-1982 and a professor at Georgetown University Law Center from 1982-1990.

She was elected to the 102nd and to the twelve succeeding Congresses (January 3, 1991-present).

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  • Establishes a Directorate for Technology and Innovation in the National Science Foundation (NSF) and establishes various programs and activities. The goals of the directorate shall be, among other things, the strengthening of U.S. leadership in critical technologies through basic research...

  • Reauthorizes through FY2026 or establishes a variety of programs for water infrastructure. Specifically, it supports programs to provide safe drinking water or treat wastewater, such as sewer overflows or stormwater. For example, the bill reauthorizes and revises the clean water...

  • Provides appropriations to federal agencies for the remainder of FY2022, provides supplemental appropriations for activities to support Ukraine, and modifies or establishes various programs that address a wide range of policy areas. The bill includes the 12 regular appropriations...

  • Updates policies and procedures related to Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) health care and benefits for veterans who have been exposed to toxic substances. Specifically, the bill extends the eligibility period for VA hospital care, medical services, and nursing home...

  • Authorizes the appropriation of $377 million over the 2021-2026 period for the Fisheries Disaster Assistance program administered by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The Congress provided $300 million for that program in 2021, which is the most recent...

  • Authorizes appropriationsfor programs to prevent trafficking in persons. Those amounts would be authorized for accounts managed by the Department of State, Department of Justice (DOJ), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and the U.S. Agency for International Development.



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