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U.S. Rep. Markwayne Mullin is a stalwart supporter of the president's trade policies despite signs of an economic downturn that some experts believe may be linked to trade tariffs.

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WASHINGTON — A sweeping, two-year budget plan to keep the federal government funded, increase spending on both defense and non-defense programs and suspend the national debt ceiling drew bipartisan support from members of Oklahoma’s congressional delegation but created an unusual split among its Republican members.

Speaking from his Washington, D.C., office, Republican Congressman Markwayne Mullin spoke with constituents in Oklahoma's District 2 during a one-hour telephone town hall Tuesday.

Most laws have their roots in real problems, and those who push them may have good intentions. But sometimes, governmental interference goes overboard, and frivolous laws hamper the ability of society to function as efficiently as it could.

Dozens of Cherokee County residents, whether critical or supportive, left the Sequoyah High School gymnasium in disappointment Tuesday after Republican U.S. Congressman Markwayne Mullin abruptly scrubbed a scheduled town hall meeting.