Senate to question GM CEO Barra one day after House
The Senate hearing will be led by the Subcommittee on Consumer Protection on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, and Insurance, which oversees NHTSA. "We need to find out who dropped ball and put millions of Americans at risk. We also need to make sure that General Motors and federal regulators are doing everything they can to prevent more tragedies like this now and in the future," said Claire McCaskill (D-MO), the group's chair, in a March 12 statement on her website.
In addition to the Congressional examination, GM is also facing investigations into the recall by the Justice Department, NHTSA and its own internal investigation. The automaker had until March 25 to turn over documents for the House hearing, and it has until April 3 to submit responses to a detailed questionnaire to NHTSA.
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