GM’s Mary Barra to Face Pressure on Cutbacks From US Lawmakers

Even in a hyper-polarized Washington, there’s been one area of consensus lately on Capitol Hill: anger at General Motors Co. and its CEO, Mary Barra.

Barra will face that ire during two days of meetings this week with lawmakers from states hit by the automaker’s plans to shed as many as 15,000 jobs and cancel production at five plants in North America. President Donald Trump and lawmakers from both parties have lobbed criticism at the largest U.S. automaker and pledged to pressure Barra to reverse course.

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