WASHINGTON, DC (February 28, 2019) – Congressman David Price (D-NC) released a statement following the recent news on the Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit Project (DOLRT):
WASHINGTON, DC (February 26, 2019) – Congressman David Price (D-NC) released a statement following the passage of a privileged resolution in the House to terminate President Trump’s emergency declaration at the border. Congressman Price presided over the U.S. House of Representatives as Speaker Pro Tempore during the debate over this historic resolution.
Washington, DC (February 15, 2019) – Today, legislation that included seven appropriations bills was signed into law, preventing another government shutdown and denying President Trump’s budget cuts and request for billions in ineffective wall funding.
Washington, DC (February 14, 2019) – Congressman David Price (D-NC) released the following statement on the news that President Trump will declare a national emergency on the border:
Congressman David Price
Tribute to Congressman Walter Jones
February 13, 2019
Remarks as prepared.
WASHINGTON, DC (February 12, 2019) – Today, Congressman David Price (D-NC), Chairman of the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development Appropriations Subcommittee, will deliver the following opening remarks at an oversight hearing on expired HUD housing contracts and management problems surrounding the recent government shutdown.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Tuesday, February 12, Congressman David Price (D-NC) announced that Sawyer Hackett, who has served as Communications Director since August 2017, will be leaving his office to serve as Deputy National Press Secretary for Julián Castro’s 2020 presidential campaign, based in San Antonio.
RALEIGH, N.C. – On Saturday, February 10, Congressman David Price (D-NC) issued the following statement on news that Congressman Walter Jones Jr. passed away at the age of 76.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (February 8, 2019) —Today, Congressman David Price (D-NC) issued the following statement regarding the passing of Congressman John Dingell:
In The News
By Drew Brooks
National defense should not be political.
But the biggest short-term threat to Fort Bragg and the military as a whole might just be partisan bickering.
Armywide cuts that could affect the nation's largest military installation are a real possibility.
Those cuts have been created, or could possibly be worsened, by a budget stalemate in Congress.
North Carolina will see a roughly $1 million increase in the amount of grant funding it receives from the Department of Homeland Security, officials said Friday.
Posted by Franco Ordonez
U.S. Rep. David Price was awarded the 2013 Commodore Ellsworth P. Bertholf Award on Wednesday. The annual U.S. Coast Guard award recognizes one congressional leader for exceptional support of the Coast Guard and maritime safety and security.
By LT Stephanie Young
By Steve Wiseman
DURHAM — On Capitol Hill, U.S. Rep. David Price, D-N.C., represents an N.C. district that includes the full gamut of NCAA athletics.
A large public school in UNC Chapel Hill, a small private school in Duke and a smaller public school in N.C. Central lie within Price’s 4th Congressional district.
On the chopping block for closure, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration lab on Pivers Island has officially been saved.
By Drew Brooks
American contractors would come under greater scrutiny if a bill introduced this week passes through Congress.
By Renee Schoof on July 15, 2014
WASHINGTON — A bill that would make financial information about college athletics at public and private schools easily available to the public was introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives on Monday night by Reps. David Price, a Democrat from Chapel Hill, and Tom Petri, a Republican from Wisconsin.
By Scooby Axson
Two members of the U.S. House of Representatives introduced a bill that would require greater accessibility of financial information from NCAA schools, conferences, bowl games and even the College Football Playoff or any entity that hosts a postseason tournament.
By Steve Berkowitz
Congressional interest in college sports continued growing Monday evening, when two members of the House introduced a bill that would require wide-ranging, easily accessible financial reporting not only by schools, but also by the NCAA, conferences, bowl games and the new College Football Playoff.