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General Motors CEO Mary Barra is back on Capitol Hill Wednesday before the House Energy & Commerce Committee to deliver the results of the automaker's internal probe into why it took so long for GM to recall cars with an ignition switch issue. Barra will be joined by the former U.S. Attorney, Anton Valukas, who was hired by GM to prepare the report.
GM CEO Mary Barra delivers findings from its' internal probe by outside lawyer Anton Valukas on why it took more than a decade to recall faulty ignition switches that are believed to have caused 13 deaths.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra testifies before a U.S. Senate committee at 10:15 a.m. ET to answer questions about why GM failed to fix an ignition switch defect linked to at least 31 crashes and 13 deaths. Barra, who testified before the House Energy & Commerce Subcommittee on Tuesday, will address GM's failure to order a recall despite discovering a problem more than a decade ago.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra answers questions about the automaker's ignition switch recall. GM has recalled nearly 4 million vehicles for repairs over the past two months. The most serious was a recall to replace faulty ignition switches that have been linked to 13 deaths. GM says it plans to take a charge of about $750 million as part of its first-quarter results to cover the cost of the recalls.