(WLNS) - Mary Barra, the head of automotive giant General Motors is expected to field some tough questions from a house committee on Capitol hill today.
She'll present the internal report detailing why the company had so many recalls involving ignition switches and why they waited to long to tell the public.
The company has recalled nearly 20 million cars in the US since the beginning of the year. And if that weren't bad enough for the company, the CEO's own knowledge is under fire.
Members of the Energy House Committee are now expressing skepticism about some of the findings of the company's own investigation and say more people knew about these problems.
This will be Barras second appearance in front of the House panel after testifying in early April.
This time she's expected to answer questions that she avoided by saying she was waiting for the former US attorney to finish the internal report.
We'll have more on Barra's testimony at www.wlns.com and on 6 News
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