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Local Legislators on Tax Credits

31 Jul , 2009  

Written by Michele Meek | Posted by:

How to contact your local state legislators in New England to emphasize the necessity to maintain or create filmmaking tax credits.

How to contact your local state legislators in New England to emphasize the necessity to maintain or create filmmaking tax credits.

Massachusetts Residents Please Call and Thank your Local Legislators
for supporting Film.
House Clerk: 617 722 2356
Senate Clerk: 617 722 1276
Ask for your local Representative or Senator. We need to show them we
support their efforts!

Maine Residents Please Call and Tell your Local Legislators to Support
Film Tax Credits.
House Clerk: (207) 287-1400
Senate Clerk: (207) 287-1540
Ask for your local Representative or Senator. We need to show them we
support their efforts!

Vermont Residents Please Call and Tell your Local Legislators to
Support Film Tax Credits.
House Clerk: 802-828-2247
Senate Clerk: 802-828-3806
Ask for your local Representative or Senator. We need to show them we
support their efforts!

New Hampshire Residents Please Call and Tell your Local Legislators to
Support Film Tax Credits.
House Clerk:(603) 271-2548
Senate Clerk: (603) 271-3420
Ask for your local Representative or Senator. We need to show them we
support their efforts!

Connecticut Residents Please Call and Thank your Local Legislators for
supporting Film Tax Credits.
House Clerk: 860-240-0400
Senate Clerk: 860-240-0500
Ask for your local Representative or Senator. We need to show them we
support their efforts!

Rhode Island Residents Please Call and Tell your Local Legislators to
end The Film Tax Incentive Cap!
House Clerk: (401) 222-2258
Senate Clerk: (401) 222-6625
Ask for your local Representative or Senator. We need to show them we
support their efforts!

*For Extra Credit ask to meet with them.*
Special Thanks to Jackie Valensi-Lauper from The ‘DotCom’ and Chuck Slavin (www.chuckslavin.com) for organizing this list.