Legislation introduced to increase Ohio’s motion picture tax credit to $100 million a year

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As we prepare to celebrate the best of the best on the silver screen at the Academy Awards on Sunday, there could be some impressive movie buzz to our area.

The Greater Cleveland Film Commission is leading efforts to increase the Ohio Motion Picture Tax Credit from $40 million dollars a year, to $100 million dollars. Legislation has been introduced in the Ohio House by Rep. Kirk Schuring of Canton.

House Bill 525 would make the Buckeye State one of the most competitive in the nation for attracting movie productions, meaning more opportunities for local industry workers to be hired.

See more at WKYC

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