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Benefits of Maryland’s tax credits for films are questioned

November 15
A tax credit used to reward “House of Cards” and other productions for filming in Maryland costs taxpayers far more than they get in return and should be scrapped, according to a new report to the General Assembly.

The report, drafted by non­partisan legislative staff, is likely to rekindle a debate that played out in dramatic fashion during this year’s legislative session over how much public assistance state officials should offer to entice the popular Netflix series about a scheming politician.

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