Workers Accuse DHL of Antitrust Violations

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Six weeks ago, DHL announced plans to close down its Wilmington based overnight delivery service and move to Kentucky taking between 6,000 and 9,000 jobs with it.

Since then, elected officials statewide have scrambled to find a way to keep the job giant in southwest Ohio.

Monday at the statehouse, workers with D H L and other businesses associated with the package deliverer said state leaders should go after the company for possible anti trust violations. Ohio Public Radio’s Jo Ingles reports .

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