Washington, D.C. - "President Bush's 2007 Budget draws a very clear picture of who this Administration values and it's not the average American family," said U.S. Representative David Price (D-NC).
"Unless we enact meaningful and comprehensive reforms of the way this chamber conducts its business, Jack Abramoff will be the least of our concerns."
Washington, D.C. - The Triangle Business Journal conducted a non-scientific poll from Jan. 25 through Jan. 31 to help determine who, among the region's Congressional delegates, is the most effective.
Our readers were asked, "Who do you think is the most effective North Carolina congressional delegate serving the Triangle?"
Washington, D.C. - Mr. Speaker, I first want to commend my colleague from California for introducing this first step toward reining in the culture of corruption that's been laid bare by the various scandals currently surrounding this institution. I know that broader lobbying reform is on the way.
Raleigh, NC - The Downtown Housing Improvement Corporation (DHIC), the Triangle's largest non-profit developer of affordable homeownership and rental housing, will be the recipient of $200,000 in federal funding in 2006, thanks to the support of Congressman David Price (NC-04).
Washington, D.C. - Jack Abramoff's travails should inspire Republicans and Democrats both to reform the system in which the high-flying lobbyist flourished.
"Let's start giving the American people what they're looking for..."
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Price-Miller Resolution on Iraq
Washington, Dec 16, 2005 - Today, US Rep. David Price (NC-04) made the following statement on the House floor:
Washington, D.C. - US Rep. David Price (NC-04) issued the following statement this afternoon:
"Recent press reports have suggested that the Triangle Transit Authority's regional rail project may be 'dead.' Based on the latest information I have, that suggestion is not accurate.
Washington, D.C. - If the House of Representatives were a person, it would be blushing these days. Unfortunately, the House is beyond embarrassment.
Washington, D.C. - Today, with public confidence in Congress shaken by recent scandals and after years of watching House good governance rules bent and broken, four leading House Democrats unveiled a reform package.