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PODCAST: 38 Insider Gets $625k Tax Credits

Monday, June 18, 2012

 

 

The Providence lawyer who pledged more than $14 million in Rhode Island motion picture tax credits that had not actually been issued as collateral in order to obtain an $8.5 million loan for Curt Schilling"s 38 Studios is now playing a behind-the-scenes role in a Michael Corrente movie that is slated to receive $625,000 in state tax credits, GoLocalProv has learned. Tracey Minkin, GoLocalProv Features Editor, and Helen discuss. Click here to listen to the podcast

 

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