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Maryland film tax credit heads to O'Malley's desk

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ANNAPOLIS -- Lawmakers on Tuesday approved a bill to more than triple Maryland's film tax credit, sending it to Gov. Martin O'Malley for his signature. The House of Delegates approved the measure 108-31. The Senate passed the bill in February. The bill would increase the amount of film tax credits available for productions that spend at least $500,000 in Maryland from $7.5 million to $25...

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