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33% Of $800 Million California Film Tax Credits Went To Projects That Would Have Been Made In The State Anyway

Following up on my previous post, Starstruck States Squander $10 Billion In Film Tax Incentives Producing Minimal Economic Returns: California Legislative Analyst's Office, California's First Film Tax Credit Program: California provides tax incentives for qualified film and television productions to be made in the state. The first film tax credit...
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