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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...4yrs

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No, spend that money on improving infrastructure and the community to attract companies

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Yes, if the company promises to create new jobs by hiring local residents

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Yes, but only if local citizens can vote on the amount of incentives to offer

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Yes, but I would prefer lowering corporate taxes to benefit all local companies

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Yes, as long as the tax revenue will eventually exceed the tax incentives

@9473QH9 from Alabama answered…4 days

Yes but it should be a decision by vote of people within the community by special election to reflect the interest of the people who live there

@9466WKS from Georgia answered…7 days

@9457DY7 from Indiana answered…1wk

Yes but it should not be mandated and should be reimbursed a price above what its worth

@944QNMB from Arizona answered…2wks

@943HG9Q from Michigan answered…2wks

@93ZN5DW from New Jersey answered…3wks

Yes, and tax and fine and punish companies for moving jobs outside of the USA

@93YWH8X from Virginia answered…3wks

@93XL57RLibertarian from Oklahoma answered…4wks

Sure, why not? Kill off rural areas, move more people to the megalopas' and increase population density, pollution, and crime in those areas.

@93WW549Republican from Arizona answered…4wks

Yes, but only if there is no corruption involved, net government income is positive, and environmental regulations are obeyed

@93WCKMNfrom Maine  answered…4wks

@93VGSG4Socialistfrom Guam  answered…1mo

No, and the state should set up AI infrastructure to establish cybernetic planning (at local and national levels) and reduce inequality while avoiding the economic calculation problem present in old planned economics

@93TXNWK from Texas answered…1mo

@93SHQL7 from Indiana answered…1mo

Yes as long as the money is there as we as accountability and transparency

@92JXK3JIndependent from New York answered…1mo

Yes as long as the company plans to employ local citizens of the area and I would prefer a lower corporate tax for all businesses, but I believe personally that this should be left to the states.

@Cathleen624Democrat from Kentucky answered…1mo

As ł as tax revenue exceeds incentives within a certain period, creates local jobs, and is fined if they move out of the state before repaying the incentive.

@93RYYVR from Arizona answered…1mo

Yes, but it should be public knowledge and not to exceed the tax revenue

@93RSYKK from Florida answered…1mo

Yes, as long as the tax revenue will eventually exceed the tax incentives and if local citizens can vote on the amount of incentives to offer

@93RQBP2 from Florida answered…1mo

Yes, as long as the tax revenue will eventually exceed the tax incentives and only if the environment is not compromised and new jobs are created by hiring local residents.

@7YS3KJPRepublican from Arizona answered…1mo

Yes, as long as representatives / local citizens can vote on the amount of incentives to offer. Ideally, companies would also be encouraged to hire local residents along with the move & more money would be spent on improving infrastructure & the community to better attract companies.

@93NLBNQ from Maryland answered…2mos

@93MP4RT from Georgia answered…2mos

@93M4NL5 from New York answered…2mos

Yes, but penalize the same companies that leave after the incentive time frame is up.

@93LYQ2Sfrom Vermont  answered…2mos

No, the government should never subsidize private businesses and the government should never subsidize private businesses

@93LPRYJ from Connecticut answered…2mos

Yes, but the municipality should have a referendum before the company relocates to see what the population thinks

@93L2L7H from Vermont answered…2mos

@93KRRDP from Illinois answered…2mos

Yes, only if there are repercussions for not meeting their job quota and environmental safety standards

@93JS6PRIndependent from Minnesota answered…2mos

Tentative yes, but we need studies to verify that communities economically benefit from tax revenue and job creation, if they don’t I think it should be a banned practice as it is spending community money against their interests

@93JCH7ZRepublican from Florida answered…2mos

Yes, as long as tax revenue eventually exceed tax incentives and companies create new jobs by hiring local residents.

@sdotts136 from New Jersey answered…2mos

Yes, but only on a uniform basis equally applicable to all companies.

@93J33PZ from North Carolina answered…2mos

I don't think they should on principle, but I'm not willing to take away their ability to do so.

@93HR3HJSocialist from Kentucky answered…2mos

No, implement strict regulations, punish them for moving jobs out of the country, nationalize all industry, end all trade deals, and implement tariffs on imported goods.

@93HJFT6Independent from Oklahoma answered…2mos

Yes as long as the local environment is not compromised and also punish them for moving jobs out of the United States. Also, let's lower corporate tax to benefit all local companies.

@WaywardScholar from Colorado answered…2mos

Yes, but it must be voted on by the local citizens and I would prefer lowering corporate taxes to benefit all local companies.

@93GF92G from Oregon answered…2mos

I do not have enough knowledge on the topic to make an informed opinion

@93GBLJG from Massachusetts answered…2mos

@93G4HWR from South Carolina answered…2mos

@93DJX4W from Texas answered…2mos

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