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Avalon Correctional Services, Inc. (Avalon) is a developer and operator of halfway houses in Oklahoma, Texas and Wyoming. The Company's halfway houses and local, community partners provide men and women with the skills, guidance, knowledge, and resources necessary to make the transition from incarceration to free society. The Company offers residential reentry facilities, drug courts and treatment centers, among others. It provides housing, food, counseling, training, and other services to those in its care. The Company's facilities include Austin Residential Reentry Center, Austin Transitional Center, Carver Transitional Center, Carver Center Veteran Residential Program, Cheyenne Transitional Center, Corpus Christi Transitional Center, Dallas Transitional Center, El Paso Multi-Use Facility, El Paso Transitional Center, Fort Worth Transitional Center, Turley Residential Center and Tulsa Transitional Center. The Company is a subsidiary of CCA.

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Tesla gets county approval to reopen Fremont factory: report

6:24 pm ET May 17, 2020 (MarketWatch)
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Tesla Inc. (TSLA) has been given the green light from local officials to resume operations at its Fremont, Calif., auto plant, the San Francisco Chronicle reported (https://www.sfchronicle.com/business/article/Tesla-tells-employees-that-Fremont-factory-got-15276512.php) Sunday. The electric-car company has been locked in a battle with Alameda County, one of six Bay Area counties under lockdown to slow the spread of coronavirus, over reopening. Citing an internal letter, the Chronicle reported that employees were told the county health department has approved its health and safety plans and full production will resume "this upcoming week." It was unclear exactly what safety measures were being enacted. Chief Executive Elon Musk has lashed out at stay-at-home measures, calling them "fascist," and last week said the plant had reopened (http://www.marketwatch.com/story/elon-musk-says-teslas-california-plant-will-reopen-despite-shutdown-order-2020-05-11), without the county's approval, and dared county authorities to arrest him. Tesla did not immediately respond for a request for comment Sunday afternoon.

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May 17, 2020 18:24 ET (22:24 GMT)

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