“Mr. Speaker, I rise in opposition to the rule and in protest of the Republican leadership’s failure to bring common-sense legislation to the floor to stem our nation’s tide of gun violence.
Rep. David E. Price (NC-04)
As Congress concludes debate on the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) nuclear agreement with Iran, I wanted to provide resources to my constituents who are interested in learning more about my position on this critically important issue.
In The News
By Eli Richman
High-speed rail has had a bit of a difficult slog lately. Despite the Obama administration's goal of providing 80 percent of Americans with access to the service within 25 years, other lawmakers haven't been as enthusiastic.
By Stephanie Hawco
RALEIGH) -- North Carolina U.S. Rep. David Price is witnessing the start of a new nation in Africa as part of an official delegation to Tunisia. Price is in Tunisia, helping the African nation write the founding documents of its new government.
By Aaron Keck
TUNISIA - For Americans, July 4 is a day to celebrate independence, democracy, and self-rule—the day on which 'we' declared that from that moment forward, our government would be a government 'of the people.'
By Austin Bard
Rep. David Price visited N.C. State University Monday to advocate for a proposal that would prevent an impending increase of the interest rate on federally-subsidized student loans.
The financing of political campaigns with taxpayer money is a concept that grew out of Watergate-era fundraising scandals. It acknowledges the public interest in ensuring that candidates have the wherewithal to campaign while making them less dependent on money raised from private sources – often people angling for special treatment.
By Alex Kane Rudansky
WASHINGTON -- A North Carolina congressman unveiled legislation this week that would restructure financing of presidential elections by substantially increasing the public tax dollars that are used to match private contributions.
By Norman Ornstein
Last week, I felt faint signs of hope that the House might, if only in a small way, show that bipartisan deliberation and compromise was still possible.
By Kerstin Nordstrom
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK The Energy Department has awarded a $4.8 million grant to RTI International, Duke University and a Cary company to develop an energy-efficient wastewater treatment process for industry.
By David Horn
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) -- North Carolina Congressman David Price, who is co-chair of the House Democracy Partnership, returned recently from two days of meetings with Afghan parliamentary leaders. The meetings coincided with the enactment of the US-Afghanistan Strategic Partnership Agreement.