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Tue August 16, 2011
Crowd demands Michigan Congressman Fred Upton talk jobs (video)
Michigan Radio's West Michigan reporter Lindsey Smith went to Kalamazoo yesterday to report on a community forum with Congressman Fred Upton (R-St. Joseph).
Upton was invited by the Kalamazoo County Advocates for Senior Issues and he discussed the economy, health care, and social security with the group.
But as Smith reported the "crowd of 200 people also demanded he talk about what he’s doing to create jobs and improve the economy. Several interrupted and shouted at Upton. Those doing the interrupting asked him about the economy."
Here's some video of that forum. Upton attempts to talk about the information on his chart, but he's interrupted: