Beacon Weekly Roundup- June 17th
Beacon Blog Roundup
Mark Cunningham may love the Utah Jazz, but he takes the team on for accepting corporate handouts for upgrades to their stadium.
Beacon Center CEO Justin Owen illustrates how the return of the TV show “Nashville” to CMT is an even worse deal for taxpayers than the first four seasons were.
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Beacon in the News
In a segment that was featured on the NBC affiliate in Nashville on taxpayer handouts going to the show “Nashville,” Beacon’s Mark Cunningham blasted film incentives as antithetical to free market principles.
In The Hill, Lindsay Boyd noted that oversight and reform of the 340B prescription drug discount program is desperately needed.
Reason wrote a scathing critique of the handouts given to the show “Nashville” and discussed Beacon’s opposition to film subsidies.
The Memphis Commercial Appeal drew attention to the Beacon Center’s recent icitizen poll that found 72% of Tennesseans think the state government is not transparent about economic development incentives.