Md. Lawmakers Send Variable Film Tax Credit Bill To Gov.

Law360, New York (April 13, 2015, 5:59 PM EDT) -- The Maryland House on Monday approved a bill that would allow the governor to dictate the amount of a controversial film production tax credit to be awarded each year, sending the bill to the desk of Gov. Larry Hogan.

Under the bill, the state's Department of Business and Economic Development would recommend how much in tax credits should be awarded to maintain the state's film production activity and attract new business. The governor would then sign off on that amount. The House passed the bill, SB 905, in an 86-51 vote. The state Senate passed the legislation on a 43-4 vote...

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