Two weeks following a rather embarrassing mea culpa (see previous post), a numbered House Bill has emerged from the Georgia Legislature addressing Georgia’s Motion Picture & Television Industry and it appears that the Legislature is committed to Georgia’s 30% tax credit for another year. As a local activist explained, “People who work in Georgia’s entertainment industry shouldn’t be surprised by an annual review of our tax incentives.”
House Bill 1027 (authored by Ron Stephens [164th District], Butch Parrish [156th District], Amy Carter [175th District], and Matt Hatchett [143rd District]), is available for your perusal at the Georgia General
How was your Groundhog Day? Ours was quite embarrassing and we owe some folks an apology. Yesterday Film Georgia published an inaccurate “alert” to our Facebook page, informing our followers that one of our State Representatives had introduced legislation which might negatively impact Georgia’s undeniably effective tax incentive for the film industry.
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