Should the state expand popular Wavemaker Fellowship tax credits beyond those who work in science, technology, engineering, math and design fields?

HELPING HAND: The state recently announced the fourth round of recipients of Wavemaker Fellowships, which help STEM and design professionals defray student-loan debt.
Applications are open for the seventh round of the Wavemaker Fellowship program, which awards graduates working in certain fields a refundable tax credit that can cover student loan payments.
The state recently announced that 153 college graduates working in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and design fields in Rhode Island will receive Wavemaker Fellowship awards. The fellowship provides a tax credit designed to defray the cost of student loans for at least two years. The average annual award for the group of fellows is more…

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