Ranking Member David Price
Appropriations Committee Markup of the FY 2018 Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Bill
July 17, 2017
Washington -- At tonight's full committee markup of the FY18 Transportation-Housing and Urban Development (T-HUD) Appropriations bill, Ranking Member David E.
Washington – Congressman David E. Price (NC-04) released the following statement on the two-year anniversary of the adoption of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), also known as the Iran Nuclear Agreement.
Washington – Congressman David E. Price (NC-04), Ranking Member of the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development (T-HUD) Appropriations Subcommittee, gave the following opening statement at this evening’s subcommittee markup of the Fiscal Year 2018 T-HUD Appropriations bill.
Congressman David E. Price (NC-04) released the following statement about the Senate Republican ACA repeal proposal.
Washington – Last night, Congressman David E. Price (D-NC) and Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) introduced the Joint Consolidation Loan Separation Act alongside Senators Mark R. Warner (D-VA), Orrin Hatch (R-UT), Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), and Marco Rubio (R-FL).
Washington – Congressman David E. Price (NC-04), Ranking Member of the Transportation-Housing and Urban Development (T-HUD) Appropriations Subcommittee, delivered the following opening statement at a subcommittee hearing with HUD Secretary Ben Carson.
Washington – Congressman David E. Price (NC-04), Ranking Member of the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development Appropriations Subcommittee, released the following statement opposing President Trump’s proposal to privatize air traffic control.
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