DUNCAN, OK -- Oklahoma's congressional members are hearing about health care reform during their town hall meetings across the state this month.
U.S. Congressman Tom Cole got feedback from a full house in Duncan in Stephens County on Tuesday.
Only one person in the audience stood up in support of the bill.
A majority of the audience was skeptical of the proposed health care reform bill. Some say they're concerned about the cost and worry about decisions being made in Washington, D.C.
Cole, who represents Oklahoma's fourth congressional district says there is some cost cutting alternatives the U.S. House is considering.