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Tax incentives: When is enough enough?

With plans to employ up to 7,000 people at nine Chicago-area and downstate facilities, is well on its way to becoming a solid corporate citizen in Illinois.

You can’t beat jobs and business expansion.

Still, you know what would make global e-commerce giant Amazon an even better neighbor? If the profitable Seattle-based company didn’t press our fiscally damaged state for any more tax breaks designed to supplement its ambitious and unfolding plan to be a dominant and lightning-fast distributor of retail goodies…Please click here to read Robert Reed’s story in the Tribune.

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