Support growing for permanent film tax credit

Supporters of the program tout its economic benefit and argue that letting it expire in two years will hurt the state’s small but thriving movie industry.

Rep. Ann-Margaret Ferrante, D-Gloucester, said allowing that to happen could jeopardize jobs and economic growth.

“We’re building an industry,” she said. “We need to keep the momentum going and keep attracting films to the state.”

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