In The News
By Congressman David Price, Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky, and Congressman Lloyd Doggett
October 24, 2014 by Michael Doyle
WASHINGTON — Congress and courts alike could end up chasing after the high-profile convictions of four ex-Blackwater Worldwide guards now facing decades in prison.
October 23, 2014
Clay Aiken doesn’t sing on the campaign trail, but his voice still compels attention and deserves applause. Residents of North Carolina’s 2nd Congressional District would do well to have him speak for them. We support his election.
The most obvious reason to venture to the polls and cast a vote for Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan is that she is not Thom Tillis. North Carolina is one of a handful of states that will determine which party commands the majority in the U.S. Senate, and Hagan is one of the few bulwarks protecting the country against two years of Obama obstructionism.
10/15/14 by Hayley Fowler
A UNC research institute hosted Rep. David Price, D-N.C., on Tuesday to showcase projects and draw attention to years of decreases in federal funds for science research.
Price toured the Center for Developmental Science, an inter-institutional research center at UNC, as part of a national effort to connect psychological sciences with legislators.
Posted by Renee Schoof on October 9, 2014
The Human Rights Campaign, a civil rights group that advocates for equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans, issued its congressional scorecard on Thursday.
10/8/14 by E.J. Dionne, Jr.
BURLINGTON, N.C. --The clergy gathered in the second-floor conference room at the First Baptist Church here were pondering whether this midterm election might be different from other midterm elections.
10/3/14 by Renee Schoff
RALEIGH — Republicans nationwide, including U.S. Senate candidate Thom Tillis of North Carolina, have been putting pressure on President Barack Obama to impose travel bans on the West African countries at the center of the Ebola crisis.
U. S. Rep. David Price, the Chapel Hill Democrat who long has represented that university town as well as much of Durham County in Congress, has waded into the growing debate over major-college athletics.