This grant program, in order to receive funding, would either have to become part of Gov. Schwarzenegger's next budget or receive a separate funding influx from additional legislation. Unfortunately for those impacted by runaway production and for the Governor, this is not the first time a measure such as this has been proposed. In fact, we even brought you info about it before right here at Cinematical. At that time the measure did not pass and, according to the article, the Governor regrets its failure and vows this time it will be different -- although he provides no details on how this difference will be realized. Hopefully the measure will pass this time and we can keep production right here where it belongs -- in Los Angeles. After all, this is where it all started so it makes perfect sense that this is where it should stay.
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