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Why lawmakers should extend the historic renovation tax credit in the special session
That's sound advice for Alabama lawmakers, who could help provide some much needed certainty for the real estate world by doing in the upcoming special session what many believe they will do next year: revive the state's historic renovation tax credit.
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