GM Recalls Millions Before Barra Testifies Again

(Detroit, MI) -- General Motors' recall of another three-point-two million vehicles comes just before the automaker's CEO heads back to Washington. GM announced yesterday they are recalling the vehicles because the ignition switch may inadvertently move out of the run position if the key is carrying extra weight. GM will rework or replace the ignition keys on the affected models. In the meantime Mary Barra is scheduled to testify before a House Energy and Commerce Committee tomorrow about the previous recall of two-point-six million vehicles because of a similar faulty ignition switch problem that is blamed for dozens of crashes and 13-deaths.