The Michigan House has approved a bill cutting off the state's film incentives, despite recent comments from the governor that he doesn't support an abrupt end to the program.
The bill, approved 58-51 Wednesday, would end the film incentive program effective with the new fiscal year Oct. 1. The program gives funding to movies, TV and digital productions in the state.
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