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New York (CNN Business) — GM chief executive Mary Barra traipsed around Capitol Hill this week, meeting lawmakers about the company’s plans to shut four plants in Michigan, Ohio and Maryland. She got a lot of questions about why she couldn’t save thousands of jobs.

If any of those workers are spared, it will most likely happen as part of GM’s negotiations with its labor unions — not in discussions with lawmakers in Washington.

The article goes on to state the following:

Barra told Congress that GM (GM) is very concerned about the fate of the hourly workers at the four plants. She said the company is doing what it can to relocate them or give them new positions.

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