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Snap Poll: Majority opposes film tax credits

64% against New York’s program to lure productions to state

New York continues to offer the film and television industry the largest tax breaks in the nation. Gannett’s Albany Bureau reports that New York gives $420 million in film tax credits a year, with 48 productions receiving $180 million between April and June. Three CBS shows—Madam Secretary, Elementary and Person of Interest—received the largest tax credits, ...

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