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GM CEO Will Testify In Front Of House Committee

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DETROIT, Mich. (WLNS)- Millions of recalls and more than a dozens deaths, now General Motors is working hard to patch their reputation.

An investigation panel wants to hear from the head of the company directly, General Motors CEO Mary Barra. She will testify in front of a house committee next month about the massive recall.

Barra apologized earlier this week saying GM took too long to notify owners of 1.6 million small cars that there was a problem with the ignition switch, which could cause the car to turn off and lose power.

The car giant reportedly knew of the problem a decade ago, but didn't issue any recalls until recently. The Department of Justice is investigating whether any laws were broken by the company in their handling of the recall.

  

  

 

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