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Scrap California Film Incentives? Nonpartisan State Analyst Says Maybe – Again

California should consider scaling back or eliminating its $330 million film tax incentives program if other states do so, according to a new report from the state Legislature's non-partisan Legislative Analyst’s Office, which found that the first 10 years of the program only boosted the state's economic output by "a few hundredths of a percentage point" – less than $1 billion a year.
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