JUNEAU -- Legislators looking to kill Alaska's film subsidy program have driven away the big-budget Hollywood movie "Hunter Killer" and may have brought a halt to a burgeoning state industry, critics said.
The Alaska Senate voted 14-6 Monday to end a tax credit program that has paid out tens of millions of dollars aimed at attracting the film and television industries, and their associated economic activity, to the state.
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