U of M study: New tax credit will create 1,800 jobs

The credit, passed into law last year, helps finance the rehabilitation of historic buildings around the state -- and the U believes that will translate into the creation of 1,800 new construction jobs.
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The credit, passed into law last year, helps finance the rehabilitation of historic buildings around the state -- and the U believes that will translate into the creation of 1,800 new construction jobs.

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