DARCY COSTELLO, Associated Press
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Democratic U.S. Sen. Joe Donnelly says he'll push
President-elect Donald Trump to follow through on his campaign pledges and
take action to retain American manufacturing jobs.
was joined at a Friday news conference by workers from three Indiana plants
where jobs are set to be shipped out of the country, including the Carrier
Corp. factory in Indianapolis where Trump intervened to stem some job
says he wants to work as a team with Trump to prevent the outsourcing of
work. Donnelly says he's received no assurances of support from the incoming
Trump officials, but says he'll be talking with them on a constant basis.
senator plans to introduce legislation aimed at limiting federal contracts
and tax breaks for companies that send jobs out of the country.