Twinsburg -- Workers at Chrysler's Twinsburg Stamping Plant are angry, and they want Sen. Sherrod Brown and other lawmakers to help them.
Earlier this month, after United Auto Workers members approved contract changes intended to keep the Twinsburg plant open, Chrysler sought bankruptcy protection and quietly slipped plans to close the plant into its court filings.
Brown, Democrat of Ohio, attended a meeting Monday afternoon with hundreds of vocal autoworkers who filled the UAW Local 122 union hall to overflowing. Twinsburg Mayor Katherine Procop and several state representatives also attended the session.
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