Should the state give big subsidies to movie producers? Massachusetts gives one of the heftiest subsidies of any state to producers of films, TV shows and commercials. Subsidies equal to 25% of production costs can be sold, transferred or cashed in by a studio, up to five years after the film credsit is granted. Critics say that price, which works out to be about $100,000 for every job created, isn't worth it, and the money only helps a handful of big studios. But the film tax credit has fierce defenders, including in the state House, who recently voted to make it permanent. What do you think?
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Alloway - On April 15, Susan Francis Miller of Alloway, NJ and until recently Westminster, loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother, passed away at the age of 78. Susan was born on March 21, 1943 in Andover where she was raised by her parents Norman L. Miller and Frances S. Miller. She …
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