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Should the car manufacturer Tesla be given US government funding to create more factories?

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Started: 3/8/2019 Category: Economics
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Chrisby22

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A contract could be had between the US government and Tesla stating that Tesla employ US citizens while helping Tesla create a more green auto industry. The contract between Tesla and the US would be similar to President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal, It would help boost the economy by reducing inflation and creating more jobs.
TheCounterArgument

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While Tesla has been making some amazing things, I just don't see why the US government should be giving them funding. They are a buisness like any other and should be treated as such. I am opposed to having the US government fund Tesla. Since I accepted the debate, I will let my opponent go first.
Debate Round No. 1
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