Raleigh, NC - Talking with a Hurricane Katrina Survivor
Just before returning to Washington today, US Rep. David Price (NC-04) joined Governor Mike Easley and local officials in welcoming Hurricane Katrina evacuees who have been flown to a Wake County shelter.
Washington, D.C. - Today, US Rep. David Price (NC-04), a member of the Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittee and a longtime advocate for FEMA and first responders, called for major changes in the way the federal government prepares for natural disasters.
Washington, D.C. - Price Delivers Speech on Iraq
BRAC Commission Strikes DoD's Recommendation, Recognizes Value of ARO's RTP Location
San Francisco, CA -
By August Cole, MarketWatch
Last Update: 8:03 PM ET Aug. 18, 2005
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Moves by the U.S. military to relinquish responsibility to Iraq's security forces raise big questions over who will safeguard the shattered country's reconstruction in what is the biggest effort since the Marshall Plan.
Fourth District - Today, US Rep. David Price (NC-04) called for the Bush Administration to rethink its energy policy and give consumers a break from rising gas prices. "Like most Triangle residents, I am frustrated by the prices at the pump," said Price.
Chapel Hill, NC - BY ROB SHAPARD, The Herald-Sun
August 17, 2005 8:08 pm
As the town of Chapel Hill resumes its search for a spot along the U.S. 15-501 corridor for a park-and-ride lot, it will have a sizable chunk of federal money in hand to help with the project.
Fourth District - Throughout the month, Congressman David Price will be traveling the Fourth District to speak with constituents and answer questions. Constituents can catch up with Price at one of two town hall meetings, at a budget workshop in cooperation with the Concord Coalition, or at a speech he plans to deliver about the situation in Iraq.
Washington, D.C. - US Rep. David Price (NC-04) delivered the following speech on the House floor this afternoon:
Washington, D.C. - Today, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a final report on the Pentagon's use of security contractors in Iraq, finding major problems in the lack of data collection on contractors and inadequate communication between contractors and the military. US Rep. David Price (NC-04) requested the report more than a year ago.