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Since 2005, North Carolina has provided over $404 million in subsidies (tax credits and grant payments) to film production companies.
Since 2005, North Carolina has provided over $404 million in subsidies (tax credits and grant payments) to film production companies.
 
The state legislature regularly draws fire for its decision to end an old, very generous tax break for film and TV production and replace it with a smaller, more-targeted grant program
The state legislature regularly draws fire for its decision to end an old, very generous tax break for film and TV production and replace it with a smaller, more-targeted grant program
 
The FY 2015-16 North Carolina state budget has finally been finalized. Was it worth the wait? Rather than wading through 400 pages of text, you can read here about the ten most interesting and important aspects of the budget in this article.
The FY 2015-16 North Carolina state budget has finally been finalized. Was it worth the wait? Rather than wading through 400 pages of text, you can read here about the ten most interesting and important aspects of the budget in this article.
 
This series, entitled "Cut This, Go Home," includes several budget items that should no longer receive taxpayer funding because they fall well outside the legitimate, core functions of government.
This series, entitled "Cut This, Go Home," includes several budget items that should no longer receive taxpayer funding because they fall well outside the legitimate, core functions of government.
 
The glitz and glamour of movie and television production in North Carolina apparently is just too tempting for several North Carolina legislators to pass up. Unfortunately, they are willing to use your tax dollars to bribe more Hollywood big shots to come to the Tar Heel State.
The glitz and glamour of movie and television production in North Carolina apparently is just too tempting for several North Carolina legislators to pass up. Unfortunately, they are willing to use your tax dollars to bribe more Hollywood big shots to come to the Tar Heel State.
 
Do you think your taxes are too high? Would like a tax break? Well, some NC legislators are happy to give you a big tax break – if you are a big Hollywood film studio.
Do you think your taxes are too high? Would like a tax break? Well, some NC legislators are happy to give you a big tax break – if you are a big Hollywood film studio.
 
The state legislature is back in session this week. The consensus around the state capital is that this year's "short session" will live up to its name. But just because legislators won't be in town for very long doesn't mean they shouldn't address some important issues.
The state legislature is back in session this week. The consensus around the state capital is that this year's "short session" will live up to its name. But just because legislators won't be in town for very long doesn't mean they shouldn't address some important issues.
 
Less than a month after North Carolina legislators approved more money for the state's film tax incentives program, a new John Locke Foundation Spotlight Report pans film incentives as a clear example of cronyism.
Less than a month after North Carolina legislators approved more money for the state's film tax incentives program, a new John Locke Foundation Spotlight Report pans film incentives as a clear example of cronyism.
 
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