Bay County has had its share of hardships. From hurricanes to oil spills to unruly visitors during spring break and the annual motorcycle rally, residents have had to deal with difficulties large and small. But ...
Let’s talk for a minute about tax cuts. Tax cuts, unfortunately, seem to be the furthest thing from legislators’ minds as they prepare to enter into a Special Session in just over a week’s time. But for all the heated debate and conversation surrounding other policy issues, the tax cut package they will be considering […]
Today’s post comes to us from Paul Gessing of the Rio Grande Foundation. Paul discusses New Mexico’s film incentive program. Outside of the state, New Mexico’s program is recognized as one of the more successful programs in the country. Yet, as Paul demonstrates in this post, New Mexico’s program has still failed to pay for […]
Welcome back to our guest post week featuring Stories from the States: Film Incentives! Today’s post comes to us from Marc Kilmer, a Senior Fellow at the Maryland Public Policy Institute. Maryland’s film incentive story, as related by Marc, shows how film incentive money generally ends up concentrating into just a few hands. We’ve seen […]
This is an exciting week for us on AFP-Florida’s website! This week we’re featuring Stories from the States, a series of guest blog posts talking about an issue very much at the forefront of the policy discussion in Tallahassee: film incentives. Next week on Tuesday, April 21, the Senate version of the film incentive bill […]
In Florida, when we elect someone to represent us, we expect them to uphold the values that we believe in and on which they campaigned– things like reforming schools, fixing our looming debt and pension problems, and standing up for smarter, more efficient government that doesn’t waste your tax dollars. Some State Senators have voted […]