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General Motors once again in the 'hot' seat on capitol Hill

Updated: Thursday, July 17 2014, 05:39 PM CDT
General Motors was once again in the hot seat today on Capitol Hill.
 A senate subcommittee on consumer protection is looking into the corporate culture at GM and if that contributed to covering up potentially deadly flaws in their products.

Culture of lawyering up and whack a mole killed innocent customers.
Truly a dark chapter in the history of GM

This week a bill was introduced in the senate aimed at corporate concealment.
It would make it a crime for an individual to knowingly hide information that a company's product could be harmful or deadly.
   
This year, GM recalled more than 2.6 million vehicles because their ignition switches could turn off unexpectedly shutting down the car power and safety systems, including the air bag.
   
At least 13 people died from the problem.
Since then, GM has issued other recalls for nearly 30 million vehicles.
General Motors once again in the 'hot' seat on capitol Hill


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