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Lunch Links: Louisiana Issues Biggest Film Check Yet; Florida Considers Tax Changes; New Mexico Special Session Called

Today is September 30, the date in 2008 when the national debt passed the $10 trillion mark. Today it stands at $19.5 trillion. Here are some interesting links I came across: California LAO Reviews Film Tax Credit Program: While careful to note that the state can justify the program as a defensive measure against other states’ programs, the analysts found its economic performance to be wanting.
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