Washington, D.C. -Price Responds To Emails from Constituents in a Live E-Town Hall Meeting
Today, US Rep. David Price (NC-04) hosted his first electronic town hall meeting, the topic of which was Social Security. Price took emailed questions from constituents and answered them in a live hour-long online chat. The transcript of the discussion appears below:
Washington, D.C. - On Thursday, June 9th, US Rep. David Price (NC-04) will host his first electronic town hall. The topic for this online chat is Social Security, and constituents are welcome to submit their questions via email anytime from now until Thursday.
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Jordan Lake in Chatham County has almost 14,000 acres of water to slake the thirst of many Central North Carolina residents. But the lake also has serious problems with pollution, much of it caused by treated wastewater dumped into it by cities in the region.
Washington, D.C. - A reminder from US Rep. David Price (NC-04), who has released the following information about the Tobacco Transition Payment signup:
Washington, D.C. - On Location with Other Members of Congress in Iraq
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Historic Project Brings Together Several Communities, Including Wake and Durham Counties, Town of Cary
Fourth District, NC - David Price Makes an Important Announcement at a Triangle Wastewater Plant
News & Observer Editorial: "Price Boosts Democracy"
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Announcement Made Today at Press Conference by Speaker Hastert, Leader Pelosi
Washington, D.C. - David Price launches the Democracy Assistance Commission
Washington, D.C. - This afternoon, US Rep. David Price (NC-04) delivered the following remarks on the House floor during debate of the Homeland Security Appropriations bill.
"Mr. Speaker, I'm grateful to my colleagues, Mr. Rogers and Mr. Sabo, for their conscientious and cooperative efforts reflected in this bill.
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By August Cole, MarketWatch
As the rising death toll of hired security contractors in Iraq and other hotspots heightens attention, lawmakers are calling for greater disclosure about how these private firms carry out military-type missions.