Group Pushing To Extend the State’s Film Tax Credit

1/13/2012

Tuesday, Deborah Schildt was the featured speaker at the Soldotna Chamber Luncheon. During her presentation, she commented on a piece of legislation that is aimed to extend the current tax credit program for 10 years. We asked Schildt the importance of the extension.
Schildt on extension
SB23 passed unanimously in the state senate during the first half of the legislative session and will be picked up in the House, where it stalled last year due to the debate over oil tax and the state’s capital budget. The second half of the session begins next Tuesday.

Tuesday, Deborah Schildt with the Alaska Film Group was the featured speaker at the Soldotna Chamber Luncheon. During her presentation, she commented on a piece of legislation that is aimed to extend the current tax credit program for 10 years. We asked Schildt the importance of the extension.

SB23 passed unanimously in the state senate during the first half of the legislative session and will be picked up in the House, where it stalled last year due to the debate over oil tax and the state’s capital budget. The second half of the session begins next Tuesday.

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