RED LION (AP) – Area Congressman Scott Perry held a town hall meeting this weekend in his south-central Pennsylvania district over questions on undoing ObamaCare and President Trump’s budget proposal and immigration plans. Saturday’s town hall at the Red Lion Area Junior High School made Perry the first Pennsylvania Republican member of Congress to hold a live town hall since Trump took office in January. The approximately 400-seat event was full and submitted questions were picked and read by the district’s superintendent. Perry answered questions through some heckling and shouts, but also drew applause when he said he opposes the House GOP bill to replace ObamaCare. Perry is a member of the Freedom Caucus, a group of the most conservative House Republicans.