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Obamanomics in Washington State: Boeing's record subsidy

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Boeing this week won the largest subsidy a company has ever won from a state when Gov. Jay Inslee, D-Wash., signed into law an $8.7 billion package of tax breaks just for the jetmaker. Boeing got the deal, in part, by threatening to leave the state, which is the same way they secured a $3.244 billion package of Washington State goodies ten years ago in the special 2003 “Boeing Session” of...

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