NEW HAVEN, Ind. (WFFT) - Congressman Jim Banks was in New Haven Monday morning. He discussed everything from the shutdown to immigration.
Residents in New Haven met with him for a Town Hall meeting at the New Haven Community Center. He provided a legislature update and afterwards had a "Q and A" with those in attendance.
One of the most popular concerns was the border wall.
The congressman was met with some slight opposition during the Town Hall, but plans to take all of the feedback with him to Washington DC to get back to work.
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