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Welcome to my website!  I was elected to represent the 95th District in the Virginia House of Delegates (parts of Newport News and parts of Hampton).  I am honored to serve the citizens and help make the Peninsula an even better place to live, learn, work, play, and raise a family.

  • On, Tuesday, November 7th, we elected new positions across the Commonwealth. Congratulations to Governor-Elect Ralph Northam, Lt. Governor-Elect Justin Fairfax, re-elected Attorney General Mark Herring, and new members to the House of Delegates.  In Newport News, congratulations to Sheriff Gabe Morgan, Commonwealth's Attorney Howard Gwynn, Treasurer Marty Eubank, and Commissioner of the Revenue Tiffany Boyle.  In Hampton, congratulations to Sheriff BJ Roberts, Commonwealth's Attorney Anton Bell, Treasurer Molly Joseph Ward, and Commissioner of the Revenue Ross Mugler. I look forward to all working together to make the 95th District even better! 
  • The 2018 General Assembly Legislative Session began at 12noon on Wednesday, January 10, 2018.  All 100 members of the Virginia House of Delegates took our oath to begin a new term.  Watch our Official Swearing In by clicking here. We adjourned Sine Die on March 10, 2018.  We anticipate going back in for a Special Session in order to pass our Budget.  We will also have Reconvened Session on April 18, 2018 to vote on actions from Governor Northam.
  • Be sure to check back often for news posts and updates from the District.  Also, stay tuned for ways you can stay engaged and continue to use your voice.   Stay informed on this site and our social media pages to stay connected to what we're doing and how you can help!  

Now, let's go make a difference!


Delegate Marcia "Cia" Price, 

Virginia House of Delegates, District 95

"Be the change. Do the work."


Wednesday, April 18, 2018 11:20 AM

Today's the Day for Reconvened Session

The Virginia General Assembly's Reconvened Session gavels in at noon today! All 100 Delegates and 40 Senators will take action on the Governor's vetoes and amendments. We will vote to override or sustain the vetoes and to accept or reject the proposed amendments. 

Yesterday, the House of Delegates passed HB5001 and HB5002, our budget bills, which does include Medicaid Expansion. If you missed it, you can watch yesterday's Special Session.

The Senate must now act. Click to read more information on how to contact your Senator to tell them you support Medicaid Expansion. If the House and Senate pass different versions of the budget, they will go into conference and then we will come back to Richmond to vote on the final bill. Stay tuned for more updates on that. It is anticipated this vote may occur in May but must occur by June 31st.

Click to read below for more information and the link to watch live and be sure to tune in at noon TODAY. 

Tuesday, April 17, 2018 5:20 PM

I'm back in Richmond... again

On Friday, the Appropriations Committee passed HB5001 and HB5002, our budget bills. Today, we are about to gavel in to take action on the proposed budgets from the entire House of Delegates. We gavel in at 4pm TODAY, so tune in now to see what we are proposing to do with YOUR hard earned tax dollars! Watch live here! Below, I have included my previous email about the budget process, Special Session and Reconvened Session.
Ok, we're about to gavel in soon, so click on the link to watch!
Don't forget tomorrow is the regularly scheduled Reconvened Session where we will be responding to the Governor's Actions: vetoes and amendments. Read more about that below.
It is important that you stay engaged all the way through this process. As always, if you have any questions, please let me know!

(Click for the full latest email update)

Thursday, April 12, 2018 9:30 AM

Medicaid, budget talk brings tension to General Assembly special session

The first steps on a path to end Virginia’s budget impasse started with procedural niceties and a long closed-door meeting of Senate Republicansupset by one senior colleague’s break with the caucus stand against Medicaid expansion... Meanwhile, Speaker of the House Kirk Cox, R-Colonial Heights, said the House’s budget bill will likely have stronger work requirements for those who want to become eligible for Medicaid expansion. He would not specify how the requirements would be stronger, and said that lawmakers will “work through that” in a House Appropriations Committee meeting on Friday.
Del. Marcia “Cia” Price, D-Newport News, said she, too, had no idea until she saw a tweet from a Daily Press reporter. She was optimistic about passing a House budget next week, but she will “definitely have questions” about what stricter work requirements mean. Price, too, would not elaborate on what kind of requirement would be too strong for her.
“I think it’s premature to draw any lines in the sand,” Price said. “Especially, there may be tougher requirements on one population but several carve-outs for those who physically can’t work or caretakers and things. I’d be really interested in having the conversation.” (Click for full article)

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 3:00 PM

I'm Headed Back to Richmond

During our Legislative Session earlier this year, we did not complete our work before we adjourned. We were not able to pass a budget because the House and Senate versions were so different. What was the main difference? Medicaid Expansion. I supported the House Budget bills because with Medicaid Expansion, about 13,000 citizens in Hampton and Newport News and about 400,000 across the Commonwealth could get life-saving healthcare coverage. Not to mention, without expanding Medicaid, YOUR hard earned tax dollars are being sent back to the Federal government to the tune of about $5M per day.

It's the right thing to do. Read more below on the upcoming sessions and what you can do.

(Click for full update)

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 12:00 PM

To Help Strapped Borrowers, States Turn to Student Loan Ombudsmen

Marcia “Cia” Price is 37 years old and has more than $90,000 in outstanding student loan debt — more than what she originally owed. Like many indebted former students, Price has had her share of frustrations in trying to navigate the loan repayment thicket, especially during earlier days when she didn’t make a lot of money and needed help restructuring her loan.
She’s not alone. The U.S. government says a combined 43 million people owe more than $1.3 trillion in student loans. About 4.6 million people were in default at the end of last year.
But Price is unusual in one respect: As a member of the Virginia House of Delegates, she’s in a position to help.

(Click for full article)


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