Another Valley lawmaker is joining the list of those scheduling meetings with General Motors CEO Mary Barra on Wednesday. 

Republican Congressman Bill Johnson will sit down with Barra during her trip to the nation's capital on Wednesday. 

Barra announced late last week that she would sit down with lawmakers from Ohio and Michigan following an announcement by GM that they would leave plants "unallocated"- effectively leaving them idled in early 2019. 

Johnson becomes one of several Valley representatives who have announced their plans to speak with Barra. 

Senators Rob Portman and Sherrod Brown have announced their plans to jointly meet with Barra on Wednesday afternoon. 

Congressman Johnson and Ryan, as well as other congressmen from Ohio, will meet together with Barra to discuss last week's announcement. 

21 WFMJ Reporter Matt Stone will be in the nation's capital on Wednesday reporting on the discussion between Valley lawmakers and Barra. Be sure to get his updates starting Wednesday morning on WFMJ Today at 5 a.m., continuing through to 21 Midday streaming on wfmj.com and the 21 News app. 

21 News will then have more details, including a live report from Washington D.C. on how the meetings went on 21 News at 6 p.m.