Former Congressman Joe Crowley has donated all of his congressional papers to his alma mater, Queens College.

Former Congressman Joe Crowley, who represented parts of Queens and the Bronx but was defeated by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in a primary challenge last year, has donated all of his congressional papers to his alma mater, Queens College.

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Crowley, a 1985 graduate, will sign a deed gifting all of his official and personal papers to the Benjamin S. Rosenthal Library at Queens College.  The deed signing will take place on Thursday, February 7 at the library at 11 a.m.

According to a press release, the collection includes a copy of the Affordable Care Act signed by President Barack Obama and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, featuring a handwritten note from Pelosi and a commemorative pen used in the signing; the Senate Good Friday Agreement signed by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton; and the U.S. and India Nuclear Cooperation Bill.

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Former Congressman Joe Crowley speaking at the St. Pat's For All parade in Queens.