One of Faraday Future’s most vocal critics, Nevada Treasurer Dan Schwartz, has regularly used a word to describe the start-up automaker’s $215 million tax incentive deal to build a new factory in his state: confidential. As Jalopnik reported in December, when the Nevada legislature approved a bill to secure Faraday’s footprint in the state, neither Schwartz nor lawmakers reviewed any proof of the company’s financial viability. Though this doesn’t look smart, it’s completely legal.
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