House committee reworks incentives bill


A House committee is reworking a package of development incentives for a $4 billion manufacturing prospect that the state is racing to land.

Described as a "train wreck," the legislation has been in limbo this week after House members slowed down the bill to make changes.

House members sounded alarms over a number of provisions, including one added in the Senate that would phase out the state's corporate income tax.

"We saw the effects of trying to rush this bill through," said Republican state Rep . . .


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