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Texas lawmaker says state will 'roll out the red carpet' if Elon Musk moves Twitter to Lone Star State
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One Texas lawmaker says the state will "roll out the red carpet" for Tesla CEO Elon Musk in its attempts to lure the world's richest man to move Twitter's headquarters from California to the Lone Star State.
Texas State Representative Tan Parker told FOX Business that Musk should "absolutely" consider moving Twitter from California to Texas, just like he did with Tesla.
Musk recently entered an agreement with Twitter to buy the social media outlet for $44 billion.
"Elon made a tremendous decision, the right choice, when he brought Tesla to Texas, when he brought SpaceX to Texas. I think it's no different in his decision making here for Twitter, he realizes that Texas is the most business friendly state in America, that we are open for business," Parker said.