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Ohio Company Lays Off Workers After Obama Visit

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Ohio Company Lays Off Workers After Obama Visit

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Ohio Company Lays Off Workers After Obama Visit

Ohio Company Lays Off Workers After Obama Visit

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Just a few weeks ago, then-President-elect Obama visited an Ohio company that makes bolts for wind turbines to promote green energy. This week, that company laid off 12 percent of its staff. Its president says he's now living a different Obama line: Things will get worse before they get better.

Dan Bobkoff reports for member station WCPN.

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