Wisconsin Congressional delegation to meet with GM officials
General Motors will hear an argument for bringing production of small cars to Janesville's assembly plant.
U.S. Senators Herb Kohl and Russ Feingold and Representatives Tammy Baldwin and Paul Ryan are meeting behind closed doors Wednesday to discuss the GM facility in Janesville. Joining them will be Troy Clarke, Head of GM's North American Division, and Tim Lee, Vice President of Manufacturing for GM. The meeting will be a chance for the politicians to try to persuade Clarke and Lee to retool the Janesville plant.
Last week, GM announced Janesville was one of three facilities being considered for small car production.