I am pleased to report that I received a perfect score on the Humane Society’s legislative scorecard for 2015. I am a lifelong lover of animals -- our family includes two beloved cats -- and protecting pets, wildlife, and livestock from harm remains an important priority for me in Congress.
Today, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced that 2015 was the warmest year on record, breaking the previous mark set just last year. The message is clear – we must take action to mitigate the effects of climate change.
As we look ahead to the Second Session of the 114th Congress and President Obama's final State of the Union address, I want to provide a brief update about the past year and the challenges we face moving forward.
Congressman David E. Price (NC-04), Ranking Member of the House Transportation, Housing and Urban Development (T-HUD) Appropriations Subcommittee, gave the following testimony during this morning’s Rules Committee hearing on biennial budgeting.
In The News
From staff reports
Four young artists were named Fourth District winners of the Congressional Art Competition.
Students from the district, which is represented by U.S. Rep. David Price and includes parts of Orange, Durham, Wake and Chatham counties, were invited to submit paintings, drawings, photographs and prints for the annual competition.
By Aaron Keck
Additional Reporting by Alletta Cooper
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Chapel Hill's representative in the U.S. House, Democrat David Price, says looming across-the-board budget cuts could devastate the national economy.
By Rep. David Price
By Neil Offen
DURHAM — Ricky Johnson wants John Hope Franklin on postcards, letters, bills and more.
David Price and a number of other Congressmen agree with him.
So do members of the Ebony Society of Philatelic Events and Reflections.
By Yeshwanth Kandimalla
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK A new water reclamation project will provide up to 40 million gallons a day of treated wastewater to use on landscaping.
By Kerstin Nordstrom
DURHAM Duke University has been awarded a seven-year federal grant worth of up to $139 million to fund research aimed at creating effective HIV vaccines.
Duke will receive $19.9 million in the first year of the grant, which is funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, a part of the National Institutes of Health.