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Tesla may be ready to take a U-turn back to the Garden State as soon as July. Two months after the state halted direct sales of Tesla in the state, the New Jersey State Assembly’s Consumer Affairs Committee on Thursday approved a zero-emissions bill that would reverse the decision. The bill lets any company that manufacturers — including Tesla — open up to four stores in the state that sell directly to consumers. If the Assembly passes the bill, it would go to the state Senate; if it passes through both, it could conceivably await Gov. Chris Christie’s signature on July 1.



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