Washington, D.C. - Today, US Rep. David Price (NC-04) unveiled a new website for the House Democracy Assistance Commission (HDAC), which is also known as the Dreier-Price Commission. The Dreier-Price Commission, a 16-member panel of US Representatives working to assist emerging democracies in all corners of the globe, was announced earlier this year.
Chapel Hill, NC - On Thursday, August 4, 2005, US Rep. David Price will speak publicly at a Forum to Defend Public Broadcasting in Chapel Hill.
Washington, D.C. -
By Alison Lapp,
Medill News Service
Washington D.C. - Today, US Reps. David Price (D-NC) and John Duncan (R-TN) introduced the SAFE (Safe Aviation Flight Enhancement) Act of 2005 to address serious deficiencies in commercial aviation black box requirements.
Washington, D.C. - Today, dozens of Eastern North Carolina residents and activists are talking with lawmakers on Capitol Hill about their opposition to the Navy's proposed site for the Outlying Landing Field in Washington County.
Washington, D.C. - US Rep. David Price (NC-04) announced today that he intends to vote "no" on the Central American Free Trade Agreement, which was passed by the House Ways & Means Committee and by the full Senate late last month.
Washington, D.C. - By Martin Frost
Former Member, US House of Representatives
From 1990 to 1995, I chaired a special House task force to assist the parliaments of Eastern and Central Europe as they faced the challenge of converting from communism to democracy.
Charlotte, NC - This afternoon, US Rep. David Price (NC-04) will speak publicly at the hearing for the North Carolina portion of the regional Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) Commission hearing in Charlotte, North Carolina.
David Price Successfully Wins the Battle to Protect AmeriCorps from Additional Cuts
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Save AmeriCorps Coalition Awards Price
US Rep. David Price (D-NC), a staunch supporter of national service, led the fight against an unexpected attack on AmeriCorps funding today.
Washington, D.C. - The U.S. has roughly 140,000 troops in Iraq right now -- American forces bound in their conduct by military law and the chain of command. Among them, often doing similar work, are nearly 20,000 private security contractors.