NY okays $3M in tax credits for start-ups

A bill that provides $3 million in tax credits to early-stage biotechnology companies that promise to relocate to, or expand within, New York City passed the state assembly unanimously. But the bill may move much more slowly through the Senate as a stalemate over leadership could halt progress on pending legislation, GenomeWeb reports. Article

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