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Exactly right Tom

And the numbers they need to crunch are very hard to discern, making their case even more untenable.
The legislature will listen to "clean jobs" and "they spent $10M" only so long before they ask "How does NC benefit using numbers?"

I firmly believe that's why NC FIlm and WFA are not at the Legislature now. They need a set of numbers to get that "deer in the headlight" look from legislators from Haywood, Clay, and Avery counties (for example) who otherwise don't give a damn about Wilmington or big movie stars.
They don't have the numbers.

Oh and the part time jobs are a big part of resistance to the film industry incentives. Heck I think some Republicans are openly questioning Pat about the size of Pats MetLife give away.



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