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June 30, 2014 8:01 PM

GM opens gates for victim claims, recalls 8.4 million more cars

Beleaguered General Motors unveiled a compensation plan with no caps Monday for those harmed by crashes stemming from faulty ignition switches in its Chevy Cobalts and multiple other models, even while announcing the costly recall of another 8.4 million cars, the vast majority with similar defects.

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