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  • Small Minnesota town will pay up to $12,000 for new residents

    Small Minnesota town will pay up to $12,000 for new residents
    HARMONY, Minn. In an empty, grassy lot bordered by cornfields stands a red sign: "Up to $12,000 CASH to Build in Harmony!" This southeastern Minnesota city, population 1,020, wants you to live here. So much so that it will pay you $5,000 to $12,000 if...
  • California lawmakers weigh tax credit for bomber program

    A bitter fight has broken out between aerospace industry behemoths over fast-tracked legislation that could provide one company with an upper hand in an upcoming $55-billion competition to build a fleet of next-generation stealth bombers. On one side is...
  • July 1 Letters: Obama's performance, IRS emails

    Too unbalanced Re: "Feeling good, America?" (June 29) Republican Party Chairman Reince Priebus would have been proud of your Sunday editorial, blaming President Obama for virtually every problem our nation faces — in fact, maybe Priebus wrote...
  • California Film Commission selects 26 projects for tax credits

    California Film Commission selects 26 projects for tax credits
    The California Film Commission has selected 26 film and television productions to receive a total of $100 million in tax credits meant to spur the state's showbiz economy.  There were a record 497 submissions and the winners were chosen in a lottery...
  • John Kass: IRS emails 'lost' -- and so is the outrage

    How does a nation lose its way? Some of us think that just one man alone could radically change a country, if he's powerful enough. It was an idea of years ago, this great man theory, offered by a Scotsman in the mid-1800s, in the time of idiot kings...
  • Biotech investors vie for $12 million in state tax credits

    Biotech investors vie for $12 million in state tax credits
    More than 100 applicants are vying for $12 million worth of Maryland tax credits available to biotechnology investors in fiscal 2015, state economic development officials said. Applications for the Biotechnology Investment Incentive Tax Credit program...
  • How would Sen. Howard Baker have responded to today's IRS scandal? [Letter]

    The recent passing of Howard Baker provides significant contrasts as to how scandals are dealt with today ("Notable deaths elsewhere," June 27). Forty years ago, this country was engulfed in the monumental scandal of Watergate. What was initially...
  • 'Teen Wolf' Takes $11.5 Million as Top California Production Tax Credit

    The fifth season of MTV's "Teen Wolf" will receive $11.5 million in tax credits, the highest of the 26 new allocations from California's Film and Television Tax Credit program for the 2014-15 fiscal year. With $77.6 million, "Teen Wolf" and 11 other...
  • Laws including high-proof grain alcohol ban take effect Tuesday

    Laws including high-proof grain alcohol ban take effect Tuesday
    Maryland joins at least a dozen other states Tuesday in banning the sale of 190-proof grain alcohol, a measure that lawmakers hope will help to reduce sexual assaults and binge drinking among college students. The bill is one of more than 200 that go...
  • Know what else Prop. 13 does? It gives tax breaks to country clubs.

    Know what else Prop. 13 does? It gives tax breaks to country clubs.
    When California voters overwhelmingly approved Proposition 13 in 1978, they were responding to a populist outcry over steeply rising property taxes, which especially hurt older homeowners living on fixed incomes. Proposition 13 dictated that property...
  • IRS problems are nothing new [Letter]

    IRS problems are nothing new [Letter]
    Regarding the editorial, "Incompetence at the IRS" (June 27), you state: "But recent testimony ... has conjured up a new image for the IRS — clueless, bureaucratic, disorganized and technologically incompetent." May I say, as one who has followed...