Tesla shares are down double-digits over the last month, and that comes as lawmakers in places like Michigan -- also, home of the legacy automakers -- tune up legislation aimed at slowing Elon Musk's inevitable roll. The stock is still up 50 percent so far this year, and Tesla is taking automotive jobs to more welcoming climates, like Nevada, where the company is set to open a multi-billion dollar battery factory. Next, the Model X has to be delivered on time -- and depending which analysts you talk to, that could be in the second or third quarter of 2015. Soon, we'll see the company report earnings.
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