In The News
By Sara Sorcher
By Bruce Mildwurf
Apex, N.C. — More than 1 million people between the ages of 19 and 25 now have insurance coverage compared to one year ago because of national health care reform, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
By Pete Kasperowicz -
The House Wednesday evening was poised to approve a continuing spending bill that cuts $1.5 billion from the Department of Energy's Advanced Technology Vehicles Manufacturing Loan Program, despite Democratic objections that this program helps create U.S. jobs.
David Crabtree (Anchor): Congressman David Price visited part of what is going to become the state's first toll road. The Triangle Expressway is nearing the end of construction.
By Steve Ford
How many people - design engineers, contract specialists, surveyors, real estate appraisers, hard-hat construction workers - would it take to build a new rail bridge over Raleigh's Capital Boulevard?
How much would the bridge cost? And where would the money come from?
By Betsy O'Donovan
DURHAM — David Price, who represents North Carolina's Fourth Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives, also holds a doctorate in political science at Yale University and is a professor of public policy and political science at Duke University.
By Shawn Daley
MORRISVILLE – The war against terrorism extends far beyond military objectives in nations thousands of miles away. The fight encompasses much more than constant vigilance by governmental and law enforcement agencies.
(MEBANE) -- North Carolina Congressman David Price visited the GE Energy Industrial Solutions facility in Mebane on Wednesday. He observed a demonstration of the GE WattStation, an electric vehicle charging station which is set to come to market soon across the country.
Submitted by cjarvis
As the ranking Democrat on the homeland security appropriations subcommittee in the U.S. House, Rep. David Price is in the middle of sniping over federal disaster relief funding. FEMA is low on money, and Republican leaders in the House have threatened to block additional funds unless they are offset by cuts elsewhere.