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StoneRoots November 4th, 2014 2:40am

Five states have now banned Tesla, a fully electric car, from selling their cars directly to the public. Is this big money corrupting more of our government policies or is it justified?

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Zod Above Pugetropolis
11/06/14 10:20 am

Straight-up bought and paid for corrupt politicians. There is no legitimate reason to discourage factory direct sales of anything.

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moonshot More often I know nothing
11/06/14 11:16 am

The issue is that these laws protecting auto dealers have been in place for decades. They are not new laws specifically aimed at Tesla. These five states can't allow Tesla until the laws are changed and that can take awhile.

Zod Above Pugetropolis
11/06/14 12:58 pm

That shouldn't take more than the first two minutes for a vote the next legislative session, and a few seconds for a signature. It's a no-brainer. Regardless of when it originally became law, my characterization of how it did is accurate.

bison Messiah of Ron Paul
11/04/14 11:49 am

So buying a car can get you thrown in jail. what a time to be alive. May as well elect Hitler in 2016

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StoneRoots
11/06/14 9:42 am

I'm not sure if the consumer would be held legally responsible for anything but I'm sure tesla will be slapped with a gargantuan fine if they continue their same sales model.

Pirate Uses the Tap
11/04/14 10:55 am

Corporation corruption. They don't want competition so they pay off the political crooks to vote like they want.

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MurrayHitchens The Truth Wins Out
11/03/14 11:10 pm

They can't even make up a reasonable excuse for this. They should go to jail.

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krayzewolf New Hampshire
11/03/14 7:57 pm

LOL, if you don't think this is pure corruption, I have a bridge to sell ya.

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StoneRoots
11/06/14 9:41 am

Hahaha that's good