Washington – Congressman David E. Price (NC-04) released the following statement responding to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to affirm a lower court ruling that the North Carolina congressional districts drawn by the General Assembly in 2011 were unconstitutional.
Congressman David E. Price (NC-04) today announced the opening of the 2017 Fourth District Congressional Arts Competition, part of a national competition for high school age art students. The winning student artist will have his or her work of art displayed in the U.S.
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By Corinne Jurney
A local high school student will soon get to see one of his paintings displayed in the U.S. Capitol.
FAYETTEVILLE TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE
THE CEREMONY: Fayetteville Technical Community College's 51st annual spring commencement, 6:30 p.m. Friday, Crown Coliseum
NUMBER OF DEGREES CONFERRED: 1,415 graduates with 2,800 degrees, diplomas and certificates
By Mary Cornatzer
U.S. Rep. David Price is one of only 28 members of Congress named as "champions of science" by the Science Coalition, a nonprofit group of U.S. research universities.
Leaders of some of the universities held an event in Washington Wednesday to thank the 28 and try to boost their ranks. Price was the only member from North Carolina on the list.
By Bruce Siceloff
Congress approved a quick budget fix Friday to end air traffic controller furloughs that have delayed thousands of airline flights across the country this week.
The action also appeared to cancel plans by the Federal Aviation Administration to shut down control towers at 149 small airports, including five in North Carolina.
By U.S. Rep. David E. Price
Published in: Viewpoint
Double-talk is never in short supply in Washington. But as the axe of "sequestration" – the across-the-board spending cuts triggered by Congress' failure to pass a long-term budget plan – begins to fall, self-contradiction and hypocrisy have reached heights unusual even for the Capitol.
By Kevin Schaefer
While visiting constituents during a town hall meeting in Raleigh Monday, Democratic Congressman David Price called for bipartisan efforts in Congress — focusing on jobs and infrastructure, not the deficit — to improve the nation's economy.
By Laura Oleniacz
A Virginia-based start-up behind technology designed to reduce the fuel consumption of electric generators has opened a research and development office in Durham, and is working here to continue to develop the technology.
BY LAURA OLENIACZ
The Research Triangle Park-based start-up hub First Flight Venture Center opened its doors Monday to showcase companies that have office or lab space at the center, such as one start-up that wants to commercialize environmentally friendly bricks made using bacteria.
By E.J. Dionne
By: Jennifer Serda
FAYETTEVILLE — U.S. Congressman David Price held a town hall meeting at a Cumberland County High School.