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Filmmaker Daniel Adams was the first Hollywood figure to go to jail for exploiting loopholes in a state production tax incentive program.

Daniel Adams

Filmmaker Daniel Adams was the first Hollywood figure to go to jail for exploiting loopholes in a state production tax incentive program.

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