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The New York Times reported, citing two people with knowledge of the inquiry, that General Motors’ legal department is the focus of an internal inquiry into how the company handled a vehicle safety defect linked to 13 deaths. The U.S. government hit the automaker with a $35 million fine on Friday for its delayed response to an ignition switch defect in millions of vehicles. Regulators accused company officials of concealing the problem. The largest U.S.

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