General Motors CEO Mary Barra will testify before a U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee April 1 as lawmakers attempt to understand why the company she took over in mid-January knew about a potentially deadly ignition switch defect in some of its vehicles for more than a decade but failed to recall them until this past February. The House Energy and Commerce Committee will question Ms. Barra in an effort to understand if “this tragedy could have been prevented and what can be done to ensure the loss of life” doesn’t happen again. GM announced two recalls in February of 1.6 ... Read More
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