* Commerce Committee members write GM, Chrysler execs * Prospect of legislation uncertain, talks continue * Obama administration not directly involved in talks WASHINGTON, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Nearly two dozen members of the U.S. Senate sought answers on Friday from General Motors and Chrysler on efforts to resolve complaints from dealers who lost business with the car companies. The Commerce Committee's Democratic chairman, John Rockefeller, its top Republican, Kay Bailey Hutchison, ...
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