Washington, D.C. - Related Documents: CRS Report -- Bankruptcy Reform
Following House approval of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (S. 256) by a vote of 302-126, U.S. Rep. David Price has released the following information on the bill, which passed the Senate by a vote of 74-25 last month.
Washington, D.C. - Reps. David Price (D-N.C.) and Mike Castle (R-Del.) introduced a bill Tuesday that would require Internet campaign ads to contain the same "I approved this message" tagline that television and radio ads must include.
Stand By Your Internet Ad Act, Count Every Vote Act Would Make Major Changes for 2006, 2008 Elections
Washington, D.C. - By Bree Hocking
Roll Call Staff
In his second inaugural address, President Bush emphasized the importance of strengthening democracy around the globe.
Now Congress is getting into the act.
Washington, D.C. - David Price and the 2005 NCAA Men's Basketball Champions
US Rep. David Price (NC-04) gave the following speech on the House floor today:
Chapel Hill, NC - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Related Documents: Resolution Honoring the Tar Heels
This morning, US Rep. David Price (NC-04) made the following statement in response to the University of North Carolina's 75-70 victory over number-one-ranked University of Illinois in the NCAA Men's Basketball National Championship last night:
Raleigh, NC - Fallen Firefighters Memorial
I'm honored to be with you this morning for this important statewide observance and to pay special tribute to the firefighters and firefighters' families here today.
Fourth District, NC - Answering Questions
US Rep. David Price (NC-04) will host two town hall meetings next week, one in Durham and one in Chapel Hill. Constituents are invited to attend and ask Price questions about the federal issues that matter to them.
Washington, D.C. - Answering Questions
Today, US Rep. David Price (NC-04) will vote against the House Republican budget, which slashes funding for North Carolina programs while continuing to create record deficits with its large tax breaks to the wealthiest 1% of Americans.