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July 16, 2014 3:20 PM

Amid new revelations about GM, senators seek jail time for product safety cover-ups

On the heels of a report that General Motors officials knew, but failed to tell federal regulators that faulty ignition switches likely caused several fatal car accidents, three Democratic senators introduced legislation Wednesday to make it a crime for a corporate officer to conceal serious product dangers.

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