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U.S. Consultant from New York, Incumbent from the 14th District

Carolyn Maloney

Assumed workplace
November 20, 2019
Performing: October 17, 2019 – November 20, 2019
Preceded by Elijah Cummings
In workplace
January 3, 2019 – January 16, 2020
Preceded by Mike Lee
Succeeded by Don Beyer
Assumed workplace
January 3, 1993
Preceded by Invoice Inexperienced (Redistricting)
Constituency 14th district (1993–2013)
twelfth district (2013–current)
In workplace
January 1, 1983 – January 3, 1993
Preceded by Robert Rodriguez
Succeeded by Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff
Constituency eighth district (1983–1991)
4th district (1992–1993)

Carolyn Jane Bosher

(1946-02-19) February 19, 1946 (age 75)
Greensboro, North Carolina, U.S.

Political get together Democratic

(m. 1976; died 2009)

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Schooling Greensboro School (BA)
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Carolyn Bosher Maloney (née Carolyn Jane Bosher, February 19, 1946) is an American politician serving because the U.S. Consultant for New York’s twelfth congressional district since 2013, and for New York’s 14th congressional district from 1993 to 2013. The district consists of most of Manhattan’s East Facet, Astoria and Lengthy Island Metropolis in Queens, Greenpoint, Brooklyn, in addition to Roosevelt Island. Maloney is a member of the Democratic Social gathering.

Maloney was the primary lady to symbolize New York Metropolis’s seventh Council district (the place she was the primary lady to present start whereas in workplace).[1] On October 17, 2019, Speaker Nancy Pelosi selected Maloney to turn into performing chair of the Home Oversight Committee after the demise of Elijah Cummings.[2][3] She received the election to succeed Cummings on November 20.[4]

Youth, schooling and profession[edit]

Carolyn Bosher Maloney was born in Greensboro, North Carolina, on February 19, 1946,[5] the daughter of Christine Elizabeth (née Clegg) and Ralph George Bosher.[6][additional citation(s) needed] She attended Greensboro School. After graduating, she visited New York Metropolis in 1970, and determined to remain.[7]

For a number of years, she labored as a instructor and an administrator for the New York Metropolis Board of Schooling.[8] In 1977, she obtained a job working for the New York State Legislature, and held senior workers positions in each the State Meeting and the State Senate.[8]

New York Metropolis Council[edit]

Maloney was elected to the New York Metropolis Council in 1982, defeating incumbent Robert Rodriguez[9] in a closely Spanish-speaking district primarily based in East Harlem and components of the South Bronx. She served as a council member for 10 years.[10] On the council, she served as the primary chair of the Committee on Contracts, investigating contracts issued by New York Metropolis in sludge and different areas. She authored laws creating town’s Vendex program, which established computerized programs monitoring info on metropolis contracts and distributors doing enterprise with town.[11] Maloney additionally launched the primary measure in New York to acknowledge home partnerships, together with these of same-sex {couples}.[12] She was the primary particular person to present start whereas serving as a council member, and the primary to supply a complete package deal of laws to make day care extra accessible and inexpensive.[8]

U.S. Home of Representatives[edit]


In 1992, Maloney ran for Congress in what was then the 14th district. The district had beforehand been the fifteenth, represented by 15-year incumbent Invoice Inexperienced, a progressive Republican. She received with 51% of the vote. The district, nicknamed the “silk stocking district”, had been one of many few within the metropolis during which Republicans normally did good; in truth, they held the seat for all however eight of the 56 years between 1937 and Maloney’s victory. But it surely had been made considerably friendlier to Democrats by redistricting. The outdated fifteenth had been roughly coextensive with the Higher East Facet, however the brand new 14th included Lengthy Island Metropolis, parts of the Higher West Facet, and a sliver of Brooklyn. Maloney additionally benefited from Invoice Clinton’s robust exhibiting within the district.[13]

Maloney confronted important opposition from Republican Metropolis Councilman Charles Millard in 1994, the 12 months of the Republican Revolution. However she turned again his problem pretty simply, taking 64% of the vote.[14] She has not confronted credible opposition since, and has been reelected eight extra occasions with a median of 77% of the vote. Millard was the final Republican to garner even 30% of the vote within the district.

Whilst Maloney consolidated her maintain on the district, Republicans continued to carry many of the State Senate, Meeting, and Metropolis Council seats on Manhattan’s East Facet for practically one other decade. Since 2002, Democrats have dominated the realm, and now maintain the entire space’s seats within the state legislature and Metropolis Council.[15]

In 2004, Maloney confronted a possible Democratic main problem from Robert Jereski, a former Inexperienced Social gathering political candidate and unsuccessful candidate for delegate to the 2004 Democratic Nationwide Conference on the slate of Dennis Kucinich. Jereski opposed the Iraq Battle whereas Maloney had initially voted for the decision to authorize pressure; she later forcefully renounced the struggle, together with most memorably at a city corridor assembly in her district[16] with antiwar Congressman John Murtha. However Jereski did not qualify for the poll as a result of his petition was discovered to have invalid signatures, leaving him 4 wanting the 1,250 required.

In December 2008, Maloney employed a public-relations agency to assist bolster her efforts to be named by Governor David Paterson as Hillary Clinton’s successor within the U.S. Senate. She toured components of the state, however was overshadowed by Caroline Kennedy’s promotional tour for a similar seat. Maloney interviewed with Paterson for 55 minutes. Public opinion polls positioned Maloney’s assist for the Senate seat within the single digits, trailing the front-runner, then-State Lawyer Basic Andrew Cuomo, though her bid was endorsed by the Nationwide Group for Ladies Political Motion Committee, the Feminist Majority Political Motion Committee,[17]New York Instances columnist Nicholas Kristof,[18] and different columnists[19] and editorial boards.[20]

On January 23, 2009, Paterson selected Consultant Kirsten Gillibrand.[21] Many urged Maloney to run towards Gillibrand in 2010.[22][23]

Though she had been main Gillibrand in each the Rasmussen[24] and the Quinnipiac polls,[25] Maloney dominated out a run for the Senate and as a substitute retained her congressional seat.[26] Maloney was the only member of Congress to endorse Gillibrand’s 2020 presidential marketing campaign.

Within the Democratic main for Congress on September 14, 2010, Maloney defeated a well-funded opponent, Reshma Saujani, a 34-year-old Indian-American hedge fund lawyer, by 62 proportion factors. Her success was due largely to a considerable grassroots effort, with volunteers and a motivated subject workforce reaching out to registered voters throughout the district.[27] That evening, Saujani stated, “I am undoubtedly operating once more”,[28] however three months later introduced publicly that she wouldn’t problem Maloney once more.[29]

In 2012 Maloney’s Republican challenger was Christopher Wright, who took a depart of absence from J. P. Morgan to marketing campaign. Maloney received with 80.9% of the vote, a margin of over 120,000 votes.[30]

In 2014 she was challenged by Republican Nicholas Di Iorio who was a “monetary contractor with Pfizer.”[31] Maloney received with 80% of the vote.[32] Within the 2016 Democratic main, she defeated challenger Pete Lindner with 90.1% of the vote, and received the final election towards Republican Robert Ardini with 83.2% of the vote.[33]

Within the 2018 Democratic main, Maloney defeated progressive candidate Suraj Patel with 59.6% of the vote. Within the basic election she defeated Republican nominee Eliot Rabin with 86.4% of the vote.[34]

Within the 2020 Democratic main, Patel challenged Maloney once more, as did progressive Democrat Lauren Ashcraft[35] and housing activist Peter Harrison. Erica Vladimer, a co-founder of New York State’s Sexual Harassment Working Group, withdrew from the race earlier than the first.[36][37] By July 29, 2020, it was revealed that Maloney led Patel by about 4% and three,700 votes.[38][39] On August 4, 2020, native election officers declared Maloney the winner of the first.[40][41]

As of April 14, 2021, Maloney is twenty first in seniority within the Home.


In 2009, the Nationwide Journal’s annual rating positioned Maloney because the 114th-most liberal (or 314th-most conservative) member of Congress, with extra liberal scores on international coverage than on financial and social coverage. Her rating of 75.5 ranked her as modestly extra liberal than the New York Congressional delegation as an entire.[42]

In 2011, a Every day Information survey discovered that Maloney ranked first amongst New York’s 28 representatives for exercise with 36 proposed payments, resolutions, and amendments.[43] Within the 2013 legislative session, scored her third amongst Home Democrats for “Management,” third amongst all representatives for “Highly effective Co-sponsors,” third-highest within the New York delegation for “Working with the Senate,” and fifth-highest amongst all representatives for “Payments Sponsored.”[44] Throughout the 2014 election cycle, the New York Every day Information ran a narrative that stated, “Maloney has proposed extra laws than every other Home member, in response to information”, and known as her “James Zadroga 9/11 Well being and Compensation Act, giving compensation to Floor Zero staff who’ve fallen in poor health, as large a invoice for the New York space as any within the final decade.”[45]

For the 2015 legislative session, scored Maloney first for “Management” amongst Home Democrats, primarily based on sponsoring essentially the most payments. It scored her second amongst all representatives for having essentially the most co-sponsors, second for “Working with the Senate” and fourth amongst Home Democrats for having highly effective cosponsors. She was ranked within the high 10% of all representatives for payments launched (“Maloney launched 26 payments and resolutions in 2015”).[46]

As a U.S. Consultant, Maloney was a superdelegate at presidential conventions. Within the 2016 election cycle she was an early supporter of former Secretary of State and Senator Hillary Clinton.[47] Based on her 2018 GovTrack Report card Maloney ranked within the eightieth percentile amongst Home members for getting bicameral assist for the payments she has launched; she ranked sixth amongst Home Democrats.[48]

For her tenure as chair of the Home Oversight and Reform Committee within the 116th Congress, Maloney earned an “A” grade from the nonpartisan Lugar Heart’s Congressional Oversight Listening to Index.[49]

9/11-related points[edit]

Maloney speaks at a press convention with members of the 9/11 Fee and 9/11 households in 2004

Following the terrorist assaults of September 11, 2001, Maloney labored to make sure that the Bush administration lived as much as its promise to “By no means Overlook” and maintained its dedication to New York’s restoration and safety efforts. Her efforts prompted Wayne Barrett of the Village Voice to jot down that Maloney was “like a tiger within the Home on each greenback due New York.”[50]

On February 25, 2019, she launched her By no means Overlook the Heroes Act, HR1327 within the 116th Congress—a invoice to ascertain Everlasting Authorization of the September 11 Sufferer Compensation Fund Act.[51] The $10.2 billion authorization was signed into regulation, establishing that each the World Commerce Heart Well being Program and September 11 Sufferer Compensation are successfully everlasting, with the WTCHP approved to function till 2090 and the VCF till 2092.[52]

Nationwide safety points[edit]

After the 9/11 Fee revealed its findings, Maloney co-founded the bipartisan Home 9/11 Fee Caucus[53] and helped write and safe the enactment into regulation of a lot of its suggestions to reform the nation’s intelligence companies[54][55]Congressional Quarterly wrote in its annual information, 2006 Politics in America: “Within the 108th Congress, Maloney reached out past her common roles as a liberal gadfly and protracted Bush administration critic, serving to win enactment of a sweeping invoice to reorganize U.S. intelligence operations.”[56]

Following the Dubai Ports World controversy, Maloney helped safe the passage and enactment of her invoice to reform the system for vetting international investments in the US.[57][58] She has supported Scientology’s “New York Rescue Employees Cleansing Venture”.[59]

On October 1, 2020, Maloney co-signed a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that condemned Azerbaijan’s offensive operations towards the Armenian-populated enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh, denounced Turkey’s function within the Nagorno-Karabakh battle, and criticized “false equivalence between Armenia and Azerbaijan, even because the latter threatens struggle and refuses to conform to monitoring alongside the road of contact.”[60]

Maloney, who chairs the Home Oversight and Reform Committee, known as on FBI Director Christopher A. Wray to open a probe into social media platform Parler, writing, “The corporate was based by John Matze shortly after he traveled in Russia together with his spouse, who’s Russian and whose household reportedly has ties to the Russian authorities.”[61]

Gun management[edit]

In response to a variety of high-profile incidents of gun violence, Maloney sponsored two payments to handle the problem. The Gun Trafficking Prevention Act of 2013 would make gun trafficking a federal crime for the primary time and considerably stiffen the penalties for “straw consumers” who knowingly assist convicted felons, home abusers, the violently mentally in poor health and others, receive weapons.[62] A second invoice, reintroduced in 2014 and 2015, would require gun homeowners to keep up legal responsibility insurance coverage, simply as most automobile homeowners should do.

In 2014, she joined Senator Ed Markey in sending President Barack Obama a letter asking him to insert $10 million into the funds for the Heart for Illness Management and Prevention to renew analysis on gun violence and “conduct scientific analysis on the causes and prevention of gun violence.”[63]

Authorities transparency[edit]

In 2008, after studies of corruption amongst navy contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan, Maloney secured Home passage of her invoice to create a database to higher monitor all federal contracts, the important thing provisions of which had been adopted into regulation as a part of the protection funds.[64][65]

In 2010, the Venture On Authorities Oversight, a authorities watchdog group, offered Maloney with its Good Authorities Award for her contributions to authorities transparency and oversight, together with her investigations into corruption and mismanagement within the Minerals Administration Service and her assist of a Federal Contractor Misconduct Database just like POGO’s.[66]

In 2019, Maloney launched a invoice that might require company entities to reveal the identities of useful homeowners to FinCEN, making it tougher for dangerous actors to cover belongings and keep away from taxes by means of a sequence of restricted legal responsibility firms.[67]

Well being care[edit]

Maloney has taken a number of actions on well being care points. Her measure to supply Medicare protection for annual mammograms was included within the Fiscal 12 months 1998 federal funds.[68] She was a number one advocate for offering federal assist for medical monitoring and well being take care of rescue and restoration staff who had been uncovered to poisonous smoke and dirt on the Floor Zero website after the 9/11 assaults.[69] Maloney authored the James Zadroga 9/11 Well being and Compensation Act and led the combat for years to push for its passage. In 2010 Obama signed the invoice into regulation. It gives $4.3 billion in federal funds to supply 9/11 responders and survivors with therapy and compensation for his or her accidents. In June 2012, it was introduced that this system can be expanded to cowl take care of quite a lot of cancers of the lung, trachea, abdomen, colon, rectum, liver, bladder, kidney, thyroid and breast.[70]

In 2015 when roughly 33,000 responders and survivors had been battling an assortment of illnesses, Maloney led the trouble to increase the invoice completely. After a chronic and really public push, a complete of $8.5 billion in funding was included within the Omnibus Spending invoice that handed in 2015 and prolonged the lifetime of the monitoring and medical health insurance protection for 75 years.[51] Within the 111th Congress, Maloney launched The Breastfeeding Promotion Act to guard breastfeeding within the office beneath civil rights regulation and make it unlawful for girls to lose their jobs or in any other case be discriminated towards for expressing milk throughout lunchtime or on breaks.[71] She has advocated for worldwide girls’s well being and household planning applications supported by the United Nations Inhabitants Fund.[72]

A co-founder and co-chair of the Congressional Working Group on Parkinson’s Illness,[73] Maloney serves on the board of the Michael Stern Parkinson’s Analysis Basis[74] and beforehand served as an honorary board member of the Fisher Heart for Alzheimer’s Analysis Basis.[75]

Maloney has promoted scientifically discredited claims of a hyperlink between vaccines and autism.[76] On a number of events, she has launched laws that might direct the federal authorities to conduct research into the alleged hyperlinks between autism and vaccines.[77][78][79][76][80] In a 2012 congressional listening to, Maloney equated considerations over a hyperlink between autism and vaccines to considerations over a hyperlink between smoking and most cancers.[76] She stated that it was “frequent sense that [smoking] was dangerous in your well being… The identical factor appears to be right here with the vaccinations.”[76]

Monetary and financial points[edit]

Maloney serves on the Committee on Monetary Companies and the Committee on Oversight and Authorities Reform, and is the Rating Democratic member of the Joint Financial Committee. She beforehand chaired the Democratic Process Power on Homeland Safety. From 2009 to 2011, Maloney chaired the Joint Financial Committee, the primary lady to take action.

Maloney was the writer of the Credit score Cardholders’ Invoice of Rights, or the Credit score CARD Act of 2009, whereas serving as chair of the Subcommittee on Monetary Establishments and Client Credit score, within the one hundred and tenth Congress. A 2014 Social Science Analysis Community examine estimated that since its passage, the CARD Act has saved customers $11.9 billion per 12 months.[81] Bank card firms fiercely opposed the measure, but it surely drew reward from editorial boards and shopper advocates.[82][83] The invoice was handed because the Credit score Card Accountability Duty and Disclosure Act by each homes of the 111th Congress, prompting Cash journal to dub Maloney the greatest buddy a bank card person ever had.[84] Obama signed the Credit score Card Invoice of Rights into regulation in a Rose Backyard ceremony Maloney attended on Might 22, 2009.[85]

Days after voting towards cancellation of a $1 billion, 10-year subsidy plan for U.S. sugar farmers inside the 2007 U.S. Farm Invoice, Maloney hosted a fundraising occasion that netted $9,500 in contributions from sugar growers and refiners, in response to Federal Election Fee information. Her election legal professional, Andrew Tulloch, known as the timing of the July 31 fundraiser “pure coincidence.” The invoice handed the Home by a 282-144 vote.[86] The Daylight Basis identified that among the many 435 members of the Home, Maloney has the ninth-highest quantity of funding in oil shares.[87] She obtained an ideal 100 score from the Defenders of Wildlife Motion Fund in 2007,[88] an ideal 100 score from Surroundings America in 2008[88] and an ideal 100 from the League of Conservation Voters in 2008.[89] And in 2008, Maloney launched the Minerals Administration Service Enchancment Act (HR 7211) as a Home companion to Integrity in Offshore Vitality Sources Act (S. 3543). The laws would impose dramatically more durable ethics guidelines for the Minerals Administration Service, which was on the middle of a significant corruption scandal stemming from its workers’ relationships with oil firm representatives.[90]

Ladies’s, kids’s and household points[edit]

Maloney has been lively on many different points involving girls, kids and households because the starting of her profession.[10] A former co-chair of the Home Caucus on Ladies’s Points, she authored and helped safe the enactment into regulation of a measure to supply federal funding to clear the backlog of rape kits for which proof had been collected, however by no means entered into regulation enforcement DNA databases. The Rape Abuse and Incest Nationwide Community known as it “crucial anti-rape laws ever thought-about by Congress”.[91] Maloney’s invoice, included within the Justice for All Act of 2005, was named the Debbie Smith Act in honor of Debbie Smith, a rape survivor. The hassle to enact the invoice was later the topic of a Lifetime Tv film, A Life Interrupted: The Debbie Smith Story,[92] during which Maloney was performed by Lynne Adams. Maloney additionally co-authored and helped safe passage of bipartisan laws to curb the demand for intercourse trafficking.[93]

Maloney launched the Youngster Care Affordability Act of 2007 to extend entry to little one care by offering tax credit.[94] Her modification to a international support invoice succeeded in securing $60 million in funding for applications for Afghan girls and women and to assist set up an Afghan fee on human rights.[95] She is the chief Home sponsor of the Equal Rights Modification.[96] In 2008 and once more in 2009, Maloney authored, and secured Home passage of, a invoice to supply 4 weeks of paid parental depart to federal workers.[97][98]

In 2011, Maloney sponsored the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination Act, generally known as the Campus SaVE Act. It grew to become a part of the reauthorization of the Violence Towards Ladies Act of 2013. The measure ensures counseling, authorized help, and medical care on campuses for victims of sexual assault, establishes minimal, nationwide requirements for colleges to comply with in responding to allegations of sexual assault and sexual violence, and makes express that colleges should present to each the alleged perpetrator and the alleged sufferer the identical rights, together with entry to advisers, written notifications, in addition to appeals processes throughout campus disciplinary proceedings.[99]

District points[edit]

Maloney has helped safe funding for main mass transit initiatives, ensuing within the dedication of billions of federal {dollars} for New York State.[100][101] She has been hailed as a champion of the Second Avenue Subway.[101][102]

Maloney co-sponsored the 2009 reintroduction of the Honest Copyright in Analysis Works Act (H.R. 801, initially launched as H.R. 6845 in 2008) and the Analysis Works Act (H.R. 3699) launched in 2011. Each payments goal to reverse the NIH’s Public Entry Coverage,[103] which mandates open entry to NIH-funded analysis.[104] Some scientists criticized the Affiliation of American Publishers-backed Analysis Works Act. In a New York Instances op-ed, Michael Eisen stated the invoice would pressure the general public to pay $15–$30 per paper to learn the outcomes of analysis they’d already paid for as taxpayers.[105] (Such outcomes should now be revealed in Pubmed Central (PMC) after an embargo interval of as much as 12 months; this embargo interval was imposed to attenuate monetary hurt to publishers who had been involved that their readership would diminish if the outcomes appeared concurrently in PMC, although authors of the paper are required to submit their papers to PMC as quickly as their paper will get accepted for publication by a peer-review journal.) Some have recommended that Maloney helps the measure as a result of she is the recipient of marketing campaign contributions from Elsevier, the most important scholarly publishing firm.[105][106] On February 27, 2012, following a boycott of the group, Maloney wrote to her constituents, “you will need to be aware of the influence of varied industries on job creation and retention. New York State is house to greater than 300 publishers that make use of greater than 12,000 New Yorkers, a lot of whom stay in or round New York Metropolis in my district. New York Metropolis scientific publishers symbolize a big subset of the overall, and greater than 20 are positioned in Manhattan, publishing 1000’s of scientific journals and using 1000’s of New Yorkers.”[107] Elsevier withdrew its assist for the laws.[108][109]

In 2021, Maloney protested the growth of the New York Blood Heart, a nonprofit biomedical analysis facility, from a 3 story-headquarters to a 16-story tower on Manhattan’s Higher East Facet.[110]


When Maloney proposed the Credit score Card Holders Invoice of Rights, bank card issuers broadly criticized her. The numerous claims leveled towards the invoice included: “bank cards can be harder to get, limits can be decrease, and rates of interest can be increased for everybody.”[111] A Pew Basis examine two years after the invoice’s passage discovered that “Bank card holders are seeing stabilized rates of interest, the elimination of overlimit penalty prices, a discount in late charges charged by banks and minimal adjustments in annual charges”.[112]

A 2013 Social Science Analysis Community examine discovered that the CARD Act could have saved credit score cardholders over $20 billion yearly since its implementation and that there was no proof of a rise in curiosity prices or a discount in entry to credit score.[113]

Professional-gun advocates have broadly criticized Maloney’s initiative to implement firearm legal responsibility insurance coverage. Some consultants in insurance coverage regulation say legal responsibility insurance coverage doesn’t deter gun violence, as felony exercise and suicides—comprising 97% of firearm deaths—don’t fall beneath legal responsibility insurance policies.[114]Russ Roberts of the Hoover Establishment has theorized that firearm legal responsibility regulation advocates’ essential motivation is to discourage gun possession by elevating the price of proudly owning a gun.[115]

On July 20, 2009, Maloney apologized after utilizing the phrase “nigger” in repeating a vital remark made by a 3rd get together about Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.[116] The Metropolis Corridor Information quoted Maloney :[117]

I obtained a name from somebody from Puerto Rico, [who] stated Gillibrand went to Puerto Rico and got here out for English-only (schooling). And he stated, “it was like saying ‘nigger’ to a Puerto Rican”.

In 2012 Maloney obtained $8,500 from Elsevier earlier than co-sponsoring the Analysis Works Act.[118]

Committee assignments[edit]

Caucus memberships[edit]

Private life[edit]

Maloney married Clifton Maloney, a millionaire funding banker, in 1976. The couple had two daughters, Christina and Virginia. Her husband, who ran the New York Metropolis Marathon 20 occasions, was believed on the time to be the oldest American ever to summit an “eight-thousander”,[128] a mountain over 8,000 meters in altitude. He died on a climbing expedition on September 25, 2009, after descending over 4,000 ft from the summit of the world’s sixth-tallest peak, Cho Oyu in Tibet.[129][130] Saying, “I’ve simply climbed an attractive peak”, these had been apparently his final phrases as he went again to sleep and by no means awakened.[131] Maloney is a member of The Junior League of the Metropolis of New York.

Scores by curiosity teams[edit]

Maloney’s scores from varied curiosity teams embody the next:[132]

See additionally[edit]


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