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louis-t Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Mar-30-09 04:13 PM
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Michigan's Budding Movie Industry in Jeopardy!
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Michigan Senator Nancy Cassis (R-what else) who is the chair of the Senate Finance Committee was the only one to object to the tax breaks for movie industry in the beginning. Now she is trying to put a cap on those tax incentives. Republicans generally favor any tax break for rich people even when the public benefits are at best dubious, yet when a targeted tax break seems to be working, one lone senator could screw it up for the whole state. Read Mitch Albom's column on this at freep.com from Sun. March 29.
email the good senator at senncassis@senate.michigan.gov or call 888-38NANCY.
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