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Tesla Reaches Agreement With Ohio Dealers

March 27, 2014

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Tesla Motors reached an agreement with Ohio auto dealers Wednesday. It would allow the company to continue operating two retail stores in the state and open a third. The agreement must be approved by the Ohio lawmakers, the Wall Street Journal reports.

The proposed bill would bar all other automakers from selling cars directly to consumers.

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