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Editorial: Public money talks loudest of all

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Malta Supervisor Paul Sausville’s reluctance to help the Luther Forest Technology Campus by rescinding a ban on tax breaks for the new businesses that officials want to attract, is somewhat understandable. Wasn’t the enormous GlobalFoundries plant, built there with more than $1.2 billion in state subsidies, supposed to act as a lure for the rest of the tech park, thus making local tax breaks unnecessary? Apparently, it hasn’t turned out that way. In fact, not ...


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