She also said the state would waive corporate income tax, but said that amount is hard to estimate. A study by College Board economist Bob Neal found the state would give up $200 million overall over 30 years, but gain $1.11 billion in tax revenue, for a net benefit of $914 million. Neal wrote in an email Friday that the analysis excludes local incentives and tax revenue.West Point Mayor Scott Ross said that he's not worried about foregone tax revenue.
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