Price Welcomes Delegates from Emerging Democracies
Washington, D.C. - U.S. Rep. David Price (NC-04) addressed a gathering of lawmakers from four Asian and European countries by describing democracy as a "work in progress". He said democracy is not an end in itself, but an "ongoing process that requires the enduring commitment of the nation's leaders."
Washington Post Highlights Price Intelligence Amendment
Washington, D.C. - The recent spike in gasoline prices is posing serious hardships for commuters and other motorists and for our farms and small businesses. In many parts of the country, prices have topped $3 per gallon. Crude oil prices have exceeded the previous record set after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast, reaching over $70 per barrel.
Washington, D.C. - Over the last 24 hours, we have seen missed opportunity after missed opportunity in the House of Representatives. First, the House Republicans flat-out rejected any semblance of real ethics reform to rein in the abuses of power in Congress.
Washington, D.C. - U.S. Rep. David Price (NC-04) took the lead today in calling attention to a "major shift in the way our intelligence community operates." The North Carolina Democrat offered an amendment to the Intelligence Authorization bill to examine the extent to which private companies are conducting sensitive intelligence work for the government.
Raleigh, NC - U.S. Rep. David Price (NC-04) delivered the following speech Sunday, April 23rd, at Meredith College in Raleigh, NC, in observance of the Day of Remembrance of the Holocaust.
Washington, D.C. - On the floor of the House of Representatives yesterday, US Rep. David Price (NC-04) delivered the following speech denouncing the Republican budget for failing to live up to Congress' responsibilities to the American people.
Washington, D.C. - During an Appropriations Subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill today, US Rep. David Price (NC-04) challenged Veterans Administration Secretary James Nicholson to explain how the VA will be able to provide adequate health care to our nation's veterans if the Administration cuts funding for biomedical research.
Washington, D.C. - To the Editor:
I applaud your call for Congress to get serious about ethics reform. In January, I joined with three colleagues to introduce House Resolution 659, a reform package that addresses the two specific abuses you mentioned:
Washington, D.C. - Yesterday, the House of Representatives passed an amendment to prohibit a permanent U.S. military presence in Iraq. The vote came on the heels of Rep. David Price's sharp questioning of General John Abizaid, the U.S. Army's top commander in the Middle East, about long-term U.S. policy in Iraq.