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Elon Musk slays California’s anti-business beast

15 May 2020

6:49 AM

15 May 2020

6:49 AM

After a lengthy battle with public health officials in Alameda County, California, Elon Musk has emerged victorious. Tesla — the electric car manufacturer that Musk leads — will resume operations as soon as next week.

A Tuesday press release from Alameda County said that as long as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to lessen in severity, the state of California will not interfere with Tesla’s ability to reopen.

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