Taxpayer Subsidies to Companies Fall 70% as U.S. States Pull BackBy
Dollar amount of big tax breaks slides $12 billion since 2013
Corporations have `gotten pretty much whatever they wanted'
States and cities have dramatically scaled back taxpayer subsidies to corporations in the past two years, doling out fewer and smaller breaks to lure development projects.
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