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Tesla’s efforts for direct sales in Texas were killed Monday by the state legislature.
The automaker had pushed legislation in March that would have allowed vehicles to be sold directly to buyers, rather than through a franchised dealership.
“Once again, the legislature failed to act on Texans’ demands for 21st century car-buying options, meaning the state will continue to fall behind and lose out on valuable economic development opportunities,” the company said in a statement.