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 Insurance Journal

General Motors Co. lost a bid to merge a California county prosecutor’s lawsuit over faulty ignition switches with customer cases pending in New York that make similar accusations about the carmaker’s conduct and demand monetary compensation. U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman in Manhattan on Tuesday returned the case brought by the elected district attorney of Orange County, California, to Orange County Superior Court.
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