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An ignition switch default claimed the lives of 13 victims and is the result of 2.6 million recalls. Now the families of the deceased and surviving drivers are speaking out. Congress is being called to action to pass legislation for stronger vehicular protection laws.

Safety airbags defected, power shutting down and speed decelerating to zero- while the car is in motion- are the allegations being brought against General Motors. Today marks day one of the hearings that GM CEO Mary Barra addresses the federal government on behalf of the automaker.

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