Connecticut Tax Dollars Subsidize a Film Industry That Doesn't Need the Help

New Haven Advocate | August 26, 2008
The state is betting a small fortune on Connecticut becoming a viable home to the film industry, offering production companies the most generous tax breaks in the country and paying film union members upwards of half a million dollars to train a hundred or so people to do film jobs they may never get.

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