Washington -- Ohio Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown, who won his seat in 2006 after a campaign that emphasized his opposition to U.S. trade policy, unveiled legislation Wednesday that would drastically change the U.S. approach to trade.

Brown, flanked by labor leaders including Teamsters President James Hoffa, said the bill proves that he and other leading trade critics aren't against trade but rather, that they're serious about changing the rules governing it.

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