- Members of Maryland's congressional delegation have asked General Motors Co. to reconsider its decision to end operations at its White Marsh plant and — at the least — to return more than $100 million in grant money it received for the plant. Delegation members met privately with GM CEO Mary Barra.
- General Motors' CEO to meet with U.S. lawmakers from Maryland and other states this week. Maryland lawmakers say the decision to end operations at its White Marsh facility demonstrates "extremely poor corporate citizenship.” The meeting is scheduled for Wednesday night in Washington.
- President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Tuesday to express disappointment in General Motors for “closing plants” in Ohio, Michigan and Maryland while sparing facilities in Mexico and Canada.
- A source said the plant being shuttered in Canada is just the beginning as GM prepares for the next downturn, shifting trade agreements and potential tariffs on imports.