Lou Barletta

“Should you or I commit a criminal act ... we’re going to be separated from our families,” Rep. Lou Barletta said.
The billionaire Koch brothers’ political network wants to show it will punish Republicans who don’t support its agenda.
President Trump couldn’t close the deal on his Affordable Care Act repeal, even making a personal pitch to Republicans. Conservatives still opposed the plan.
President Trump couldn’t close the deal on his Affordable Care Act repeal, even making a personal pitch to Republicans. Conservatives still opposed the plan.
Local governments that protect undocumented immigrants are steeling themselves for punishment.
Rep. Lou Barletta, a member of Trump’s transition team, tried to stall the House speaker’s re-election.
Leaders were elected, Members took their oaths, and in short order, they got to work introducing bills on the first day of the 114th Congress.
We have an immigration issue here today. People will risk their lives to get here to become part of the bigger, louder American Family. The problem isn't that these people are coming here -- the problem is we have part of our family who have forgotten what it was like to be Italian (or whatever group YOU come from).
Republican Rep. Lou Barletta defeated Democrat Andy Ostrowski in Tuesday's midterm election for Pennsylvania's 11th District
Rep. Lou Barletta (R-Pa.) might want to rethink this one. The Pennsylvania Republican on Monday said that the House of Representatives could "probably" impeach President Barack Obama if the matter was brought to the floor.
The exchange came after a discussion on immigration, the audio of which was posted by BuzzFeed. "We have a president that's
Recent polling shows widespread support for allowing undocumented immigrants to stay in the country legally, with 71 percent
He did not make the same argument on Sunday, instead focusing on the idea that a pathway to citizenship would swell the undocumented
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama will deliver his own speech in Las Vegas, outlining his own priorities for immigration
AFSCME doesn't differentiate between passing the full bill or its individual parts in its new ad campaign. WASHINGTON -- One
"Right now we've got to make sure FEMA is first, but we also have a way to pay for it, because that's how this country got
Some business owners also say the bill increases the number of bureaucracy hoops they must jump through in hiring workers