Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx called for a review of whether safety regulators acted quickly enough on complaints of potentially deadly defects in certain GM cars that were recalled years later over ignition-switch problems. The move comes ahead of congressional hearings scheduled to begin April 1 at which the auto maker and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration officials could face tough questions about why neither responded more aggressively to complaints about the cars.

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