SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) - Details of General Motor's "Viability Plan" were released late Tuesday. The company is asking for up to $30 billion from the Treasury Department to keep operating, and plans to cut a total of 47,000 jobs and close five more U.S. factories. But the details most important to GM Shreveport employees are still unknown: whether their plant is on the new plant shutdown list, and how many more jobs are on the line. GM CEO Rick Wagoner did not say Tuesday which plants the company was considering for closure. Until those details are released, no one here knows exactly how the Shreveport plant will be affected. Morgan Johnson, president of the local UAW 2166, remains hopeful: "Not only tough economic times, not only for the auto workers, but for everyone..and of course we're very optimistic and hopeful that down the road the Shreveport-GM facility will be back in full production and we can get all the folks back to work making high-quality GM cars and trucks."