Barletta seeks answers from health, homeland secretaries


 

Barletta continues search to save money


 

Barletta: Use $3.7B to secure border


 

Lou Barletta sees immigration as a border issue

Ex-Hazleton mayor at forefront of latest immigration crisis.

 

Barletta gets award from firefighter group


 

Barletta opposes refugee center


 

Rep.Barletta Wants Answers


 

Barletta: Agency eyes Altamont as refugee center


The crisis of unaccompanied children streaming from Mexico and Central America across our nation’s southern border could go from a problem 2,000 miles away to one in downtown Hazleton, U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta said during a press conference Monday morning.

Among the potential sites for detention centers for these children is the former MinSec and CEC facility in the Altamont Building in downtown Hazleton, according to Barletta, R-11. The U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants, which works with the Department of Health and Human Services as it takes the children from U.S. border patrol agents, is eying the former halfway house, the congressman said.

 

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Rep Lou Barletta on Immigration Reform


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National firefighters group names Rep. Lou Barletta Legislator of the Year

from PennLive.com

U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, a Republican representing Pennsylvania's 11th congressional district, has been named  2014 Legislator of the Year by the National Volunteer Fire Council.

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