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Henchman's question about costs and benefits was at the heart of many legislative debates this summer as industry proponents battled to save the existing program. They pointed to a study by Robert Handfield, a professor of supply chain management at North Carolina State University. The research, which was sponsored by the Motion Picture Association of America and North Carolina's regional film commissions, concluded that for every $1 spent in film and television credits the "the film and television industry generated $ of tax revenue and $ of direct spending." In other words, the study concludes the film and television credits spur so much economic activity that the taxes on that additional work repays the state in full for its investment.

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