GOP Congressman: Cut Back On Town Halls In Wake Of Shooting
GOP congressman: Cut back on town halls in wake of shooting
Rep. Lou BarlettaLou BarlettaCongress poised to prohibit airlines from forcibly removing customers GOP congressman: Cut back on town halls in wake of shooting Overnight Finance: Fed raises rates for second time in 2017 | GOP weighs keeping ObamaCare taxes | Tax reform becomes Wall Street obsession MORE (R-Pa.) said members of Congress should cut down the number of town halls they host due to security concerns after a shooting at a GOP congressional baseball practice near Washington, D.C.
“I think absolutely. There’s no question,” the Pennsylvania Republican told a radio station near Wilkes-Barre. “I’ve been at the end of some of those …