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New Jersey Film tax break could be restored with legislative approval


Lights, camera and action might soon be coming back to the Garden State after the Senate approved a bill to restore a tax credit program for the film industry.

The bill, sponsored by Sens. Loretta Weinberg and Paul Sarlo, both Bergen County Democrats, would revive incentives for television producers, movie makers and digital media companies to film in New Jersey through 2023.

For members of the Fort Lee Film Commission, which worked with Weinberg to promote the bill, the tax incentives represent a chance for the state to return to its days as the birthplace of the film industry.

See more at the Telegraph


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