Two House Democrats criticized a Republican report that harshly criticized the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for failing to discover defects in General Motors cars linked to at least 19 deaths and 54 crashes.

The 44-page report from the House Energy and Commerce majority staff said the agency suffered a series of failures and made “inexcusable” mistakes in failing to discover the GM problem. It question the agency’s technical competence, use of analytic software, training and focus.

But Henry A. Waxman, D-Calif., the top Democrat on the panel, and Rep. Diana DeGette, D-Colo., who is the ranking member of the subcommittee that oversees NHTSA, took issue with some findings.

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