U.S. Senate Panel Sets July 17 Hearing On GM Ignition Switch
A U.S. Senate panel’s probe into General Motors Co’s botched handling of faulty ignition switches that have been tied to at least 16 fatal car crashes will continue with a second hearing on July 17. The Senate panel, along with the House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee, is investigating why it took GM more than a decade to recall cars with the safety defect. GM CEO Mary Barra has made three appearances before the House and Senate panels since the beginning of April.
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