GM Returns to Capitol Hill for Delayed Ignition Switch Recall
For the fourth time General Motors officials are back in the hot seat on Capitol Hill.
CEO Mary Barra and the automaker’s top lawyer, Michael Millikin, are expected to testify about the company’s delayed recall of millions of small cars.
Millikin will answer questions about what role the company’s legal department had in the ignition switch recall.
Lawmakers will also ask GM how they’re changing the way corporations handle these situations.
The CEO of Delphi, the company that makes the switches, will also testify today.
13 deaths are linked to the decade old problem.
The company fired 15 employees for their failure to take action.
For details on the ignition switch recall, click here.