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A judge used a 1-sentence ruling to dismiss Tesla's bid to push a sexual harassment lawsuit into private arbitration

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A Tesla Model 3 is assembled at the company's Fremont, California factory in 2018. Mason Trinca/The Washington Post
A Tesla factory worker sued the company, saying she experienced "rampant sexual harassment."
Tesla tried to push the case into private arbitration.
A judge dismissed Tesla's request in a one-sentence ruling Monday.
A judge has bluntly dismissed an attempt by Tesla to push a sexual harassment lawsuit against it into private arbitration. Judge Stephen Kraus rejected Tesla's request with a one-sentence ruling Monday in which he didn't give his reasoning, a court filing seen by...
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