GM Accused of 'Made in USA' Violations

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General Motors, which was recently bailed out by U.S. taxpayers and is still owned in part by the federal government, has been accused by the the Made in the USA Foundation of stripping "country of origin" labels off of its cars, at auto shows around the country.

The Made in the USA Foundation has charged GM with violating the American Automobile Labeling Act (AALA), which requires all new cars that are offered for sale to include country of origin information. The AALA requires new cars to provide information on the window sticker, including where the car was assembled, where the engine was made and where the transmission was assembled.