Washington, DC – Congressman David Price (NC-04), Ranking Member of the Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittee, released the following statement after House passage of the "CROmnibus" spending bill to fund the federal government through Fiscal Year 2015.
Ranking Member David Price (NC-04) of the House Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittee has introduced an amendment to H.R. 83 that would extend the Homeland Security continuing resolution through the end of the fiscal year and provide additional financial flexibility to the Department.
Congressman David Price (NC-04) gave the following statement in opposition to H.R. 5759, a bill designed to reverse the President's immigration action.
Congressman David Price (NC-04) released a statement on President Obama's immigration Executive Order.
Congressman David Price (D-NC) delivered the following remarks in support of American Education Week.
This afternoon, UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Carol Folt and UNC President Tom Ross announced the findings of Kenneth Wainstein's investigation into academic irregularities involving student athletes. Congressman David Price (NC-04) released a statement on the Wainstein report.
Congressman David Price (NC-04) released a statement on the retirement of Steve Beam, Director of the Raleigh Housing Authority.
Congressman David Price (NC-04), Ranking Member and former Chairman of the Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittee, released a statement on the retirement of Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Administrator John Pistole.
Today, the U.S. District Court in Asheville ruled that North Carolina's 2012 ban on same-sex marriages is unconstitutional. Congressman David Price (NC-04) released the following statement on the ruling.
Today, Representative David Price (NC-04) announced that the Fayetteville Police Department (FPD) will receive $1.87 million in funding from the Department of Justice's COPS Community Hiring Program (CHP). The CHP grant is the largest this year to any police department in North Carolina, and it will allow FPD to hire 15 new police officers.