Illinois Senator Roland Burris says he will investigate whether General Motors declined to take viable offers it received for its Hummer brand. And Elkhart's Electric Motors Corporation says if the company is still willing to sell, it's still willing to buy. Burris' press secretary confirmed to WSBT that the senator will look into how the company has handled the deal. In February, GM said it was dropping the Hummer brand after a deal to sell it to a Chinese company fell through. Burris plans to see if reasonable offers were ignored by GM and explore the impact on UAW workers. He hasn't asked for a congressional panel to investigate, but is expected to brief members of the Capital & Labor International Coalition on his findings later this week. Electric Motors president Frank Jenkins says the company previously submitted a business plan and an offer that was not accepted. He says they are still interested in Hummer and are hoping GM will reconsider selling the brand.