GM Lordstown caught in crossfire of politics and slow car sales

GM Lordstown caught in crossfire of politics and slow car sales


slow-selling cars — General Motors can’t afford to keep ALL of their factories operating… with-out making some tough decisions. First News Senior Reporter… Gerry Riccuti… is looking into what THAT means for G-M Lordstown. He joins us LIVE. LORDSTOWN, Ohio – With too many factories making slow-selling cars, General Motors can’t afford to keep them all operating without making some tough decisions. But the political atmosphere might be limiting its options. Auto analysts suggest GM needs to decide what to do with plants like Lordstown with excess capacity and making slow-selling cars… Lawmakers like Senator Rob Portman say they have been talking with GM Chair Mary Barra about this…. Lawmakers say they need to find ways of convincing GM to want to stay in the US reminding executives they received billions in tax dollars… A Warren man — who’s convicted of having sexually explicit