Florida part of multi-state group probing GM
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Florida attorney general's office said on Thursday it was part of a multi-state group forming to look into complaints about General Motors, which has recalled 2.6 million cars for a faulty part blamed for at least 13 deaths.
A spokesman for the Florida attorney general said in a statement there would be no further comment.
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