Washington, D.C. - Related Documents
Price-Miller Resolution on Iraq
US Rep. David Price (NC-04) released the following statement about the House Republican Leadership's eleventh-hour decision to schedule a vote on a distorted version of Rep. John Murtha's (D-PA) resolution on Iraq.
Legislative Package Based on Input from Tech, Science Leaders, Including North Carolina's RTP Organizations
Washington, D.C. - On Saturday, November 19, 2005 at 10 AM, US Rep. David Price (NC-04) will celebrate the last day of the season at the Durham Farmers Market, including a "barn-raising," as part of the effort to build a permanent facility.
Washington, D.C. - IMPORTANT UPDATE: In the face of staunch opposition to this bill from both Democrats and moderate Republicans, the Republican leadership made the highly unusual move of cancelling the vote on this bill late this afternoon. There is no word on when or if it may be rescheduled.
Washington, D.C. - Veterans Breakfast
By: Claudine Chalfant & Web Staff
Politics and pork served as the central theme Monday, as our leaders praised our veterans.
Congressional officials took time to honor those who fought for our country.
Joins With Miller in Introducing Joint Resolution Today
Price: ""The question should be, 'How did this country get in so much fiscal trouble in the first place?"
Washington, D.C. - Talking with a Hurricane Katrina Survivor
Raleigh, NC - On Monday, November 7, 2005, US Reps. David Price (NC-04), Brad Miller (NC-13) and Bob Etheridge (NC-02) will host their annual Veterans Breakfast.
Chapel Hill, NC - Today, US Rep. David Price (NC-04) released the following statement in the wake of last night's forum at Chapel Hill High School entitled, "How Do We Get Out of Iraq?" Below is the text on which Price based a portion of his opening statement at the forum. It gives his thoughts as to how the US should end its occupation.
Raleigh, NC -
By VICKI LEE PARKER, Staff Writer
Suppose you were reminded every month that it would take 54 years to pay off your $8,000 credit-card balance at 18 percent interest if you only paid the monthly minimum.