WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Lou Barletta (PA-11) sought solutions to opioid related workforce issues during a Committee on Education and the Workforce joint subcommittee hearing on the opioid crisis. The Subcommittee on Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education and the Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Development joined together for a hearing titled, “Close t
WASHINGTON—Today Rep. Lou Barletta (PA-11) and Rep. Elizabeth Esty (CT-5) joined together as founding co-chairs of the Road Safety Caucus, to advance roadway safety in the United States in order to reduce fatalities and serious injuries related to traffic accidents.
WASHINGTON—Last week, the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure held a hearing on “Emergency Response and Recovery: Central Takeaways from the Unprecedented 2017 Hurricane Season.” The hearing focused on initial lessons learned from the 2017 hurricane season to identify key challenges and obstacles that may remain in the way of recovery.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Lou Barletta (PA-11) recently signed onto a letter to United States Department of Justice (DOJ) Solicitor General Noel Francisco which requests a brief expressing the views of the United States with regards to Sokolow v. Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) currently before the U.S. Supreme Court.
WASHINGTON – This week, Congressman Lou Barletta (PA-11) voted in favor of two bills protecting Medicare, women’s access to healthcare from community health centers, and reauthorizing the Children’s Health Insurance Program. H.R.
WASHINGTON – Today Congressman Lou Barletta (PA-11) released the following statement after the House Committee on Ways and Means unveiled the much anticipated tax reform package:
WASHINGTON—Today, Congressman Lou Barletta (PA-11) voted in favor of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 budget resolution, which paves the way for tax reform. The resolution, Senate Amendment to H. Con. Res. 71, will activate the budget reconciliation process and allow for passage of tax reform in the Senate by simple majority. The resolution passed the House by a vote of 216 to 212