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Student Athlete Safety Bill Passed

May 24, 2011
Amarillo Globe-News

When the next academic year starts in August, all public schools in Texas will have to pay more attention to head injuries suffered in sports-related activities. The Texas Senate on Tuesday passed a bill by Rep. Four Price which will make this a requirement.

"I am thrilled because this is a good bill for sports and protects students," said Price, R-Amarillo, after the Senate unanimously approved his bill.

House Tackles Concussions Head-On

May 6, 2011
Amarillo Globe-News

Starting next academic year, Texas schools will have to pay more attention to student athletes who suffer possible concussions.

Editorial: Area Avoids Banishment

Feb. 12, 2011
Amarillo Globe-News

Conventional wisdom had it that the Panhandle might get the shaft during this legislative session.

One of our Texas House members, Warren Chisum, mounted an open challenge against House Speaker Joe Straus; a senior legislator, David Swinford, stepped down and was replaced by freshman Four Price.

We lost seniority and quite possibly some important committee assignments, right? And Straus would take it out on Chisum for mounting the speaker challenge, correct?

Not exactly.

Rep. Four Price On Two State Committees

Feb. 10, 2011
News Channel 10

Amarillo, Texas - State representative Four Price of Amarillo is in now a member of two House committees. Price was appointed to the Natural Resources Committee and the Culture, Recreation & Tourism Committee. The Committees have statewide impact developing policy on natural resources, parks, wildlife, and tourism. Price says he's glad to have a seat at the table to advocate that Texans are treated fairly when it comes to water resources.

Editorial: Price earns job

Oct. 10, 2010
Amarillo Globe-News

An open seat for the Texas House of Representatives during an election is a rare thing in the Texas Panhandle. But or the first time in two decades, voters of Texas House District 87 — comprising Potter, Sherman, Carson and Moore counties — get to select a brand new legislator to represent their interests in Austin. Of the three men running for the seat held since 1991 by Republican David Swinford, one of them stands out: Republican nominee Walter “Four” Price………….

'Four' The One

March 3, 2010
Amarillo Globe-News

'Grass-roots efforts' lift Price

The Republicans trying to become state District 87 representative spoke of similar visions for the future, but voters gave the primary election too Walter "Four" Price IV, with 55.1 percent of the vote, according to unofficial totals.

His opponent, Victor Leal, captured 44.8 percent of the vote.

Editorial: Price is Right for House 87

Feb. 14, 2010
Amarillo Globe-News

For the first time in two decades, Texas House District 87 voters on March 2 will nominate someone other than the incumbent. State Rep. David Swinford, R-Dumas, is calling it a career after serving the House district since 1991. Two men are seeking the Republican nomination to succeed him…Walter "Four" Price, an Amarillo lawyer, should be the Republican nominee.