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The U.S. Representative for North Carolina's 4th congressional district, serving since 1997 and previously from 1987 to 1995.
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ENG: David Eugene Price (born August 17, 1940) is a professor and the U.S. Representative for North Carolina's 4th congressional district, serving since 1997 and previously from 1987 to 1995. He is a member of the Democratic Party. The district includes portions of Raleigh, Cary, as well as all of Durham and Chapel Hill, and surrounding suburbs. Early life, education, and academic career Born in Erwin, Tennessee, Price attended Mars Hill College in Mars Hill, North Carolina when it was a junior college. He later transferred to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, after winning a scholarship, and became a member of The Dialectic and Philanthropic Societies. He earned a degree in 1961. Originally intent on becoming an engineer, Price continued his education at Yale ...
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Brodhead, Ross, Price stand up for the humanities

“The humanities aren’t a luxury,” to be enjoyed only by the wealthy, Duke University President Richard Brodhead asserted. They are, he pointed out, “essential to our humanity. They enrich us as persons.”Brodhead, the co-chairman of the recently formed national Commission on the Humanities and Social Sciences, gave a stirring defense of the humanities and their importance Friday night at the Nasher Museum of Art. The Duke president, who also is a professor of English and a longtime scholar of American literature, presented the annual Caldwell Lecture in the ...

Congressman David Price Receives Prestigious Honor

During a ceremony on Friday evening, Congressman David Price accepted a prestigious award for his service to education and the humanities.The John Tyler Caldwell Award is the highest honor given by the North Carolina Humanities Council, and Price says he is humbled to take it.“There are many distinguished North Carolinians who have received it in the past, so I’m very grateful,” he says.Price received the award during a presentation in the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke. Duke President Richard Broadhead and newly inaugurated UNC System President Tom Ross were on hand to deliver ...

Congressman David Price Weighs In On Redistricting Map

The proposed redistricting map has been stirring up a lot of controversy among Republicans and Democrats alike. Now, Congressman David Price is weighing in. “It’s the most politicized redistricting process that I have ever seen, or for that matter, ever heard about,” says Congressman David Price. “It makes a mockery of drawing districts in a compact way with communities of interest as the focal point.”“It’s a very politicized process designed mainly to hurt incumbent democrats in other districts,” he says. “I hope the legislature will have ...

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Washington, D.C. – Representative David Price (D-NC) issued the following statement following reports that the Obama Administration is considering a proposal by Russia to place Syria's chemical weapons under international control. "The atrocities committed by the Syrian regime demand a swift response that ensures these weapons are never used again, and I have always believed that military force should be used only as a last resort, once all plausible diplomatic avenues have been exhausted. Russia's proposal to place Syrian chemical weapons under international control is a potentially positive development, and I urge the Administration to act without delay to explore whether this proposal could lead to real verification and enforcement mechanisms that take Syria's chemical weapons off the battlefield, and allow the international community to hold the Assad regime accountable." # # #
Washington, D.C. – Representative David Price (D-NC) issued the following statement today as Congress prepares to return next week following its August District Work Period. Last week, the Obama Administration announced it would seek approval from Congress for a narrow military intervention in Syria following the Syrian army's use of chemical weapons against civilian targets. "The use of chemical weapons to attack civilians is a moral outrage that demands a response, both because of the suffering it inflicted on the Syrian people and because of the precedent inaction would set for the international community. "Exactly what that response should be will be debated in Congress in coming days. The Obama Administration has made clear that its proposed action would be narrowly limited to retaliation for the use of chemical weapons, that it would not be a first step toward broader military intervention, and that strong multilateral support will be sought. I applaud the President for seeki
Burlington Times-News - Rep. Price visits Burlington grant projects
By Chris Lavender Over the past three years, Burlington has received $1,336,113 in federal Community Development Block Grant funding (CDBG) and $911,798 in HOME funds used towards infrastructure upgrades and revitalization projects. U.S. Rep David Price came to Burlington Thursday to see how that money is being spent. Price, a Democrat, represents part of Alamance County in North Carolina's 4th Congressional District. The tour included stops at Family Abuse Services, Eva Barker Park, Fairchild Park Soccer Park, Fairchild Park Community Center, Burlington Housing Authority, Allied Churches, and North Park. This year, the city is scheduled to: complete 10 housing rehabilitation projects, a sidewalk and crosswalk project along Mebane Street, paving and structural repairs at Allied Churches and a new roof at Residential Treatment Services Hall Avenue facility. It will provide two construction training classes, purchase new books and materials for North Park Library and install a new
New York Times - (Editorial) The Cash Committee
The House Financial Services Committee has grown so large that a highly unusual fourth row of seats had to be installed in the committee room. Every term, scores of members, particularly freshmen, demand a seat on the panel — not because they have a burning interest in regulating banks and Wall Street, but because they know that they will be able raise much more money if one of the 61 seats has their name on it. As Eric Lipton recently explained in The Times, Financial Services has become known as "the cash committee" because interest groups donate more money to its members than to those of any other House committee. More than $10 million has been given to its members just this year, and most of it has come from the big names the committee oversees. Contributors included employees of Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, the Credit Union National Association, the Investment Company Institute, Wells Fargo and many of the biggest accounting firms and insurance companies. Committee members

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