I-Team: 'Government Motors'
Updated: Monday, September 17 2012, 07:20 PM EDT
(NEWSCHANNEL 3) - As the November election approaches, the government's role in the auto bailout continues to be an issue, as today, taxpayers still own a significant share of General Motors.
Auto executives want to get the government out of General Motors as fast as they can, but that may not necessarily be a good thing for taxpayers.
As Newschannel 3's David Bailey reports, the government could lose up to $25 billion once all is said and done--but at the same time, it's estimated 1.14 million jobs were saved.
We took a look into why the government is in a tough spot with the situation.