State Politics

November 27, 2015 4:38 PM

Florida film industry’s future at stake as state tax credits dry up

State money to attract movie, TV projects with tax incentives dried up and hasn’t been replenished

Critics say what the return on investment doesn’t justify the expense

Proponents are critical of Gov. Rick Scott for not supporting the film industry in Florida

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