By Bria Brown

(CBS DETROIT) – General Motors announced a $71 million investment into two of its Ohio plants.

This comes as the state ordered the automaker to repay $28 million in tax incentives after g-m shut down its Lordstown plant last year.

GM says the investment will save at least 240 jobs in Ohio.

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