General Motors is pulling the plug on its Lordstown assembly plant.
Democratic Congressman Tim Ryan addressed United Auto Workers yesterday.
The automaker announced yesterday that the 52-year-old factory is one of five to be shuttered as part of a massive restructuring.
Nearly 15-hundred people will lose their jobs by March First.
Ohio lawmakers have condemned the move, citing state taxpayers' role in the auto industry bailout and a recent federal tax cut.
Senator Sherrod Brown also talked about the plans to close the G.M. plant in Lordstown.
State Senator Sean O'Brien discussed the news with WKBN-TV.
State Senator Joe Schiavoni says GM's decision is about cash not people.
Lordstown mayor says village has been proactive in bringing in other businesses.
Senator-Elect Rulli says he will do whatever it takes to keep GM in Lordstown