Since its creation in 2001, Rhode Island's Historic Preservation Tax Credits have attracted $1.3 billion in private investment, while costing the state $350.7 million in lost tax revenue. It was a successful program and one of the reasons that Rhode Island enjoys such a good reputation for having well-preserved and updated historic structures that people…
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