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Barrow educates SCHS students

U.S. Rep. John Barrow visited with Screven County High School students Aug. 29 to discuss government and what is occurring in Washington, D.C.
Barrow is a member of the Blue Dog Coalition which is a conservative group of legislators in the Democratic Party.
“We work with the other side of the aisle,” he said to Burton Kemp’s advanced placement class. “It is a frustrating time to be in Congress. There is a lot of good that could be done, but isn’t.”
Barrow said the Republicans, who are in charge of the U.S. House of Representatives, make the choices of what the congressmen will vote.
Barrow said Congress has not been this partisan since Reconstruction.
“What’s wrong with Congress is the people you send there are so partisan, not because we are that partisan back home,” he said. “It is run by extremists.”
Barrow also took questions from the students as he visited SCHS and then was headed to other school systems within his 12th District.
The congressman said he was against partial term abortions.
“I feel abortion should be limited as much as possible,” Barrow said.
Barrow said he was against allowing illegal immigrants to come and stay in the United States. He said they should do what was
“I don’t think people should be able to come here just because of opportunities,” Barrow said. “It is too easy for people to get a job here with fraudulent identification.”
Barrow’s district has been redrawn multiple times as he has moved his residence from Athens to Savannah and Augusta.