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Funding for California EV rebates up in air

SAN FRANCISCO _ The California Legislature will decide Friday whether to go forward with a $3 billion plan to increase electric vehicle rebates far beyond the current rate of $2,500 per car, even as the source of funding remains in question.

The bill, AB 1184, had called for a guaranteed $500 million a year from state coffers, but recent amendments avoid the issue altogether by pushing money decisions into the future. It now

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