Washington, DC (February 14, 2019) – Congressman David Price (D-NC) released the following statement on the news that President Trump will declare a national emergency on the border:
Congressman David Price
Tribute to Congressman Walter Jones
February 13, 2019
Remarks as prepared.
WASHINGTON, DC (February 12, 2019) – Today, Congressman David Price (D-NC), Chairman of the Transportation, Housing and Urban Development Appropriations Subcommittee, will deliver the following opening remarks at an oversight hearing on expired HUD housing contracts and management problems surrounding the recent government shutdown.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Tuesday, February 12, Congressman David Price (D-NC) announced that Sawyer Hackett, who has served as Communications Director since August 2017, will be leaving his office to serve as Deputy National Press Secretary for Julián Castro’s 2020 presidential campaign, based in San Antonio.
RALEIGH, N.C. – On Saturday, February 10, Congressman David Price (D-NC) issued the following statement on news that Congressman Walter Jones Jr. passed away at the age of 76.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (February 8, 2019) —Today, Congressman David Price (D-NC) issued the following statement regarding the passing of Congressman John Dingell:
WASHINGTON, DC – On Tuesday, February 5, Congressman David Price (D-NC), a conferee on the bipartisan, bicameral Conference Committee on Homeland Security and a senior member of the House Appropriations Committee, released the statement below following the President’s State of the Union address.
WASHINGTON, DC - On Tuesday, February 5, Congressman David Price (D-NC) will attend the 2019 State of the Union address with Kenneth Krebs, a chemist at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) facility in Research Triangle Park (RTP) and the Vice President of the American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE)
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