Did US Govt create the Carrier job loss problem?

Posted at 6:08 PM, May 11, 2016
and last updated 2016-05-12 13:49:42-04

INDIANAPOLIS -- Who let Carrier take 1,400 Indianapolis jobs to Mexico?

How did it happen?

Would we have been able to do anything about it if we knew?

Exploring these questions with our elected officials and decision makers left frustration in its wake.

Watch Episode 4 of our documentary in the video player. 

It's the fourth episode in a series exploring Carrier's decision to move to Monterrey, Mexico.

Watch Episode 4 of our documentary in the video player. 

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