So in reading about the close call with dealers nearly getting Tesla banned in WA, Tesla getting blocked in NJ, Ohio, Texas, and other states... state by state, we need to get ahead of the curve. Get proactive. Rather than learning about these dealer sneak attacks after the fact, discovering padded pockets of *every* Legislator, skating some quietly worded bill by while no one is looking... we should look at the states most "at risk" and quickly get groups of local owners together, beyond the letters you/we can all write, we need to stage rallies at the capitals of each state. Take legislators out for test drives. Create Q and A literature to hand out. Show them public polls on the subject. The better service and experience we have received. Encourage them to go to Tesla HQ and get a factory tour of this great American (capitalist) company. To get in front of them, personally, sooner than too late. Get together with you local TM Owner's group and start now. Often just simple acts of a group showing up can have big impact. Get your local news media involved too. Ultimately, every state is at risk, but some more than others. Thinking nationally, what are the top 10 states at risk? Which ones can we have the most influence on? Are some states more strategic to target first, in terms of public awareness or future legal impact? Other leverage points?