27 Mar '15, 2pm

Georgia Senate Passes Pro-Tesla Bill

reports that the bill would allow Tesla to increase its number of stores from three to five, and also remove a cap of 150 vehicle sales per year. The vehicle cap is the biggest gain from this bill, which passed the Georgia senate with 48 votes for, and just 4 against. The bill will head to Governor Nathan Deal’s desk, and the Democrat-turned-Republican (circa 1995) is expected to sign it into law soon.

Full article: http://gas2.org/2015/03/27/georgia-senate-passes-pro-tesl...

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