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I saw on the news the other day that the U.S. Senate Finance Committee advanced legislation would boost the electric vehicle tax credits to as much as $12,500 for EVs that are assembled by union workers in the United States.

It's the $7,500 tax credit plus $2,500 for vehicles assembled in the United States and another $2,500 for cars at facilities whose production workers are members of, or represented by, a labor union.

The catch is that the tax credit will apply to vehicles with a retail price below $80,000.

So that means that depending on which F-150 you order, it should qualify for the full money right? because the Lightning is being built in Michigan and by union workers.

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