A Senate committee early Tuesday night signed off on a new development incentive to help sway a $4 billion economic development prospect that's eyeing the state for a 3-million-square-foot manufacturing plant.
The committee sent the package of incentives to the full chamber even as some of its more conservative members tried to slow down the process and provide more oversight of the potentially lucrative incentive.
The bill creates a special . . .
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