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Plain Talk: Sen. Cramer talks oil prices, China's role in the COVID-19 outbreak, and what more Congress can do for relief efforts

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Gen. John “Jay” Raymond, Commander of the United States Space Command and Chief of Space Operations for the recently authorized sixth branch of the military, the United States Space Force, tours UND's aerospace facilities with Associate Dean Elizabeth Bjerke, left, and Sen. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., on Friday, Jan. 10. Eric Hylden / Grand Forks Herald
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Senator Kevin Cramer said he's hopeful that an agreement with Saudi Arabia and other OPEC nations will help stabilize global oil markets.

On this episode of Plain Talk, he spoke about that issue as well as China's role in the coronavirus outbreak, what America's on-going relationship with that country should be, and what more Congress can or should do in terms of coronavirus relief legislation.

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Rob Port, founder of SayAnythingBlog.com, is a Forum Communications commentator. Reach him on Twitter at @robport or via email at rport@forumcomm.com .

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Opinion by Rob Port
Rob Port is a news reporter, columnist, and podcast host for the Forum News Service. He has an extensive background in investigations and public records. He has covered political events in North Dakota and the upper Midwest for two decades. Reach him at rport@forumcomm.com. Click here to subscribe to his Plain Talk podcast.
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