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    Some law professors and legal experts doubt President Trump can defend canceling a program that allows the most-populous state to set tougher automotive greenhouse emissions standards than those of the U.S. government.
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    The Delaware Court of Chancery ruled against Tesla's request to dismiss a lawsuit by shareholder Richard Tornetta, who claims a 2018 compensation package unjustly enriches CEO Elon Musk, because of the way the board approved the payout.
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    Autonomous vehicle services are becoming common in places such as Silicon Valley, Phoenix and Pittsburgh — but not in New York.

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