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General Motors Co.’s delayed decision to recall almost 2.6 million cars for ignition-switch defects is being investigated by attorneys general in Florida, Connecticut and at least seven more states. GM has acknowledged 13 deaths tied to the defect, which can cut power to a vehicle’s steering and brakes and prevent air bags from deploying in a crash. Company executives were aware of the defect for at least a decade before the recall. “We are a member of a multistate group that is looking into complaints about General Motors,” Whitney Ray, a spokesman for Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, said Wednesday. Attorneys general in Connecticut, Indiana, Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana and Utah are also investigating, representatives from their offices confirmed.