The Amazing Race 

How states throw money at the film industry, and what it means for Washington

Most of the crew has been on set since before sunrise.  It’s now past 5 in the evening on a cooler-than-average August afternoon, and the dozen or so cargo-pant-and-T-shirt-clad group of 20- and 30-something men will keep filming until sunset. The…

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