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Subsidizing Walmart (2003)

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Subsidizing Wal-Mart: A Case Study of The College Grove Redevelopment Project is an in depth look at the costs and benefits associated with a large publicly assisted development project. By examining a broad range of community impacts—from fiscal returns and job creation to land use and environmental impacts—this study provides a more comprehensive way to evaluate how the community, the City and region are affected by such a project.

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