Tuesday, June 17
(Washington, DC) -- General Motors is making little headway in repairing about two-and-a-half-million small cars that were recalled due to a faulty ignition switch. A memo released by a Congressional committee today said only 155-thousand vehicles have been repaired. Approximately 400-thousand repair kits have been sent to dealers from parts supplier Delphi. GM CEO Mary Barra is scheduled to appear before a House subcommittee tomorrow to update lawmakers on the recall process.