Calif. County Fights To Keep Car Dealerships

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Amador, a small rural county in northern California, has just lost one of its car dealerships. This cost the community 100 jobs and crucial sales tax revenue. But the community isn't giving up; they are rallying to bring the dealership back.

Ben Adler reports for Capital Public Radio.

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