On June 18 of next week, a House Energy and Commerce Committee’s Oversight and Investigations subcommittee will be questioning General Motors CEO Mary Barra and U.S. attorney Anton Valukas over the results related the ignition switch recall probe, according to reports.
Barra last testified in front of the House on April 1, and to the Senate on April 2. Valukas, meanwhile, was conducting an independent internal investigation at the time pertaining to the faulty ignition switch scandal that was linking to what GM claims is 13 deaths. Others claim much more. The result of the investigation has lead to the firings of 15 people, the disciplining of five more, and millions upon millions of dollars in federal fines and fees.