Garriott, Dukes: Incentives Save Jobs

Video of Lord British discussing why the film incentive bill is good for gamers and for Austin

As you probably read in yesterday's Chronicle, Gov. Rick Perry dropped by Troublemaker Studios last week to sign House Bill 873, the Texas Moving Image Industry Incentive Program reform bill. Legeland managed to catch up with bill author Rep. Dawnna Dukes, D-Austin, Texas Film Commission boss Bob Hudgins, and the space-faring Lord British himself, Richard Garriott after the signing to explain exactly why Texas needs a fully-functioning incentive program.


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81st Legislature, Texas House of Representatives, Texas Senate, Texas Film Commission, Film Incentives, Texas Moving Image Industry Incentive Program, Dawnna Dukes, Bob Hudgins, Richard Garriott

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