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Special session continues in Carson City

Posted at 5:45 AM, Dec 17, 2015

The Nevada Senate and Assembly spent the night reading over two bills sent down from the Governor's office.

They will have their first chance to discuss them in just a few hours.

This after the Governor's office brokered a deal with the electric car maker.

Faraday Future would get up to $215 million dollars in tax incentives. The car maker wants to build a billion dollar factory in North Las Vegas. It would reportedly create around 13,000 jobs in Southern Nevada.

Lawmakers say on the surface the deal appears to be a positive.

Both side of the legislature will need to approve the deal before the company could break ground at the Apex site.