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Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt and U.S. Congresswoman Kendra Horn are holding a virtual town hall meeting on the COVID-19 pandemic.

The event is taking place Tuesday night at 6 p.m. and will also include Dr. Patrick McGough, the executive Director of the Oklahoma City-County Health Department.

Holt says providing accurate and frequent updates to the people of Oklahoma City is imperative during this pandemic.

Congresswoman Kendra Horn and Congressman Tom Cole are going under self-quarantine.

In a press release, Horn says she is moving forward with this two-week precaution after contact with Utah Representative Ben McAdams who tested positive for COVID-19. Cole says in his press release that he had contact with Florida Representative Mario Diaz-Balart, who has also tested postivie for COVID-19.

Horn and Cole both say they are not showing any symptoms of illness, but are self-quarantining on the advice of the House of Representatives Attending Physician.

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NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Democratic Rep. Kendra Horn of Oklahoma about her current opposition to an impeachment inquiry against President Trump.

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Oklahoma’s newest representative to Congress is working to help people and reach across the aisle to create meaningful legislation - a task not always easy in today’s partisan atmosphere.

KOSU’s Michael Cross got a chance to sit down with District 5 Democratic Congresswoman Kendra Horn to look at her first six months in office.

Congresswoman Horn says she is available to help anyone with issues from federal agencies. You can contact her on her Congressional website at horn.house.gov.

This Week in Oklahoma Politics, KOSU's Michael Cross talks with ACLU Oklahoma Executive Director Ryan Kiesel and Republican Political Consultant Neva Hill about a ruling by the State Supreme Court saying the lawmakers can't put a $350M cap on pain and suffering, supporters of Medicaid expansion file an initiative petition to get it put on the ballot in 2020 and Governor Stitt recognizes his first 100 days in office.

 

This Week in Oklahoma Politics, KOSU's Michael Cross talks with Republican Political Consultant Neva Hill and ACLU Oklahoma Executive Director Ryan Kiesel about a lawsuit between the National Rifle Association and it's long time marketing partner Ackerman McQueen out of Oklahoma City, the opioid trial is going before a judge rather than a jury and Comanche County wants in on the trial after taking issue with the settlement between AG Mike Hunter and Purdue Pharma.

The New York Times came to Oklahoma City to understand the circumstances that led to Kendra Horn becoming the first Democratic woman from Oklahoma ever elected to U.S. Congress.

Democrat Lucy McBath narrowly flipped Georgia's 6th Congressional District this year, winning it by two percentage points.

Jon Ossoff knows better than most how big of a victory that is. He also knows it will be a battle for Democrats to hold this suburban Atlanta seat.

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Here & Now's Robin Young talks with U.S. Rep.-elect Kendra Horn (@HornForCongress), a Democrat who won the race to represent Oklahoma's 5th Congressional District. It was a surprise outcome — Horn is the first Democrat since the 1970s to hold the seat.

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