A town hall meeting featuring U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer turned rowdy with two men getting ejected in Mandan.

A town hall meeting featuring U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer turned rowdy with two men getting ejected in Mandan.

Many in the crowd of about 80 jeered Cramer on Thursday about his vote to repeal and replace major parts of the Affordable Care Act.

A man approached Cramer, accusing the Republican and other House members who voted for the bill as undermining health care law. The man took dollar bills from his wallet and tried to shove them into Cramer's suit pocket, saying they could help pay the medical expenses of a young child whose mother had just spoken.

A Cramer supporter grabbed the man by the throat to keep him from touching the congressman. Both men were ejected, but The Bismarck Tribune reports police made no arrests.