Proposed Law Would Deny Tax Breaks to Films That Feature Gay Characters

Posted on March 9, 2010 by


A new bill that increases tax incentives to lure television and movie production to Florida would deny those tax breaks to films that feature gay characters. Current laws prevent tax breaks for films that feature smoking, sex, nudity, or profane language. The proposed changes make Florida guidelines seem even more like the Hays Code that censored Hollywood from the ’30s to the ’60s.

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