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If it were a film, North Carolina’s subsidy program wouldn’t be a box office smash. A recent study from the Western Carolina University Center for the Study of Free Enterprise says the $400 million North Carolina taxpayers have invested in film subsidies has failed to pay dividends.
If it were a film, North Carolina’s subsidy program wouldn’t be a box office smash. A recent study from the Western Carolina University Center for the Study of Free Enterprise says the $400 million North Carolina taxpayers have invested in film subsidies has failed to pay dividends.
 
When are special interest subsidies not just special interest subsidies?
 
Time Magazine’s Aug. 6 special issue focuses on the American South. One of the articles is about Georgia’s film production incentives, entitled “How Georgia Became the Hollywood of the South.”
Time Magazine’s Aug. 6 special issue focuses on the American South. One of the articles is about Georgia’s film production incentives, entitled “How Georgia Became the Hollywood of the South.”
 
North Carolina Democrats have never opposed lowering taxes on big business. You may hear a lot of rhetoric to the contrary during the election cycle. Here's why, to borrow a phrase, you should take that rhetoric seriously but not literally
North Carolina Democrats have never opposed lowering taxes on big business. You may hear a lot of rhetoric to the contrary during the election cycle. Here's why, to borrow a phrase, you should take that rhetoric seriously but not literally
 
Another session of the N.C. General Assembly - this one especially short - should convene at noon Oct. 4.
Another session of the N.C. General Assembly - this one especially short - should convene at noon Oct. 4.
 
Film director Rob Reiner and other Hollywood notables have railed against North Carolina, threatened not to work in the state again, and raised the possibility of economic boycotts because of House Bill 2, the so-called bathroom bill
Film director Rob Reiner and other Hollywood notables have railed against North Carolina, threatened not to work in the state again, and raised the possibility of economic boycotts because of House Bill 2, the so-called bathroom bill
 
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