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Saturday March 28, 2020 (2 months ago)


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Most auto dealers and service stations are keeping their doors open during the coronavirus pandemic, saying they should not be forced to close because they provide an essential service.Dealers, who have been hit hard by the crisis already, say their businesses are essential to many Americans who need to buy or fix cars to get to their jobs or other critical destinations like hospitals.“You have millions of workers who still have to get to their jobs in health care and all types [...]

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