U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESRepublican Conference Secretary John R. Carter
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August 2-6, 2010
The Immigration Reform Caucus Staff Delegation Investigation of Texas Border Conditions
House Immigration Reform Caucus Chairman Brian Bilbray (R-CA) and RepublicanConference Secretary John Carter (R-TX) authorized a staff delegation investigation of conditions on the Texas border for the information of Caucus Members and the House at large.Member offices representing both parties were invited to participate.Participating field investigators included Brendan Belair, Deputy Chief of Staff forCongressman Carter; Robert Boland, Immigration Reform Caucus Executive Director forCongressman Bilbray; and John Stone, Communications Director for Congressman Carter.Staff Investigators were in the field from Monday, August 2, starting in Laredo, andtraveled northeast along the Texas-Mexico border through Friday, August 6.
September 17-18, 2010
Congressman John Carter meetings with Arizona Sheriffs
Congressman John Carter and Staffdel member John Stone conducted field interviewsand inspections of Arizona counties with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and CochiseCounty Sheriff Larry Devers.Carter and Stone were in the field on Friday, September 17 in Maricopa County andSaturday September 18 in Cochise County. Both key sheriffs were interviewed at their respectivedepartment headquarters. Maricopa County’s “Tent City” jail was inspected, along with CochiseCounty’s border with Mexico.