Kevin Stone, 26, of Wilmington shows his support for the state's film incentives as other supporters gather for a rally in downtown Wilmington on April 20, 2013. Stone operates a forklift for movie productions and does other "grunt work," he said. "The incentives employ lots of people," he said.
Kevin Stone, 26, of Wilmington shows his support for the state's film incentives as other supporters gather for a rally in downtown Wilmington on April 20, 2013. Stone operates a forklift for movie productions and does other "grunt work," he said. "The incentives employ lots of people," he said. acurliss@newsobserver.com
Kevin Stone, 26, of Wilmington shows his support for the state's film incentives as other supporters gather for a rally in downtown Wilmington on April 20, 2013. Stone operates a forklift for movie productions and does other "grunt work," he said. "The incentives employ lots of people," he said. acurliss@newsobserver.com
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Republican leaders appear willing to let NC film incentives expire

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