Film tax credits reemerge in Legislature


Kansas is about to join the arms race with more than three dozen states that are pumping billions of dollars in incentives to lure film and television productions to their state.

A bill allocating up to $10 million in yearly tax credits to filmmakers emerged again Thursday and was added to another bill that provides a sales tax exemption for select not-for-profit community theaters.

The bill was approved by a House-Senate conference committee on Thursday.

The movie bill calls for providing filmmakers with a . . .


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